Monthly Archives: May 2012
Spanish private equity house Moira Capital Partners has bought a roughly 50% stake in logistics operator GOI.
Apollo Global Management could raise as much as $3.5bn for its sophomore infrastructure fund, above the previously reported target for the vehicle.
Private equity hopes of taking control of the world-famous Cirque du Soleil on the cheap after coronavirus pushed it into bankruptcy protection appear over, with creditors nearing an agreement for their own bid.
Blackstone has seen its heavily-reduced buyout offer for Dutch Bank NIBC accepted by the lender, giving the business a valuation of just over €1bn.
YFM Equity Partners has made the debut deal from its £80m Buyout Fund II by backing into loss adjusting and claims management specialist GHG.
Texas buyout house Blue Sage Capital has passed $288m for its third flagship fundraise, almost twice the amount it collected for its last raise in 2012.
HIG Capital has brought in former Alcentra managing director Pascal Meysson as head of its European direct lending operation.
UK private equity house Growth Capital Partners has exited its six-year investment in challenger consultancy Chaucer through a trade sale to Italy's Business Integration Partners.
XM Cyber, a breach and attack simulation platform, has closed its Series B round on $17m, as it looks to grow its global sales and marketing efforts.
Carlyle co-founder David Rubenstein believes the US is set for a long recession in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic - and that business must be ready for a very different economy when it opens back up.