Wednesday, January 23, 2019

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Ukrainian investor Horizon Capital hits $200m hard cap for Fund III final close

Ukraine-focused private equity house Horizon Capital has hit a $200m hard cap at the final close of its third fund, which it says is the largest private equity fund raised for the country in a decade.

Portfolio Advisors ends third co-investment fundraise on $500m

Portfolio Advisors has raised $500m for the final close of its third co-investment vehicle, PA Co-Investment Fund III.

Riverwood Capital registers more than $1bn for Fund III

Riverwood Capital has registered a little over $1bn for its third private equity vehicle dedicated to technology and technology-related companies.

Morgan Stanley raises $1.9bn for FoF, secondary vehicles

Morgan Stanley Investment Management has raised $1.9bn for the final close of two alternative assets funds.

Insight Venture Partners backs ID management software business Keyfactor with $77m

Digital ID management business Keyfactor has picked up a $77m growth capital investment from Insight Venture Partners.

Gulf Capital’s second debt fund 65% invested after Tunisian olive oil deal

Middle East alternative assets major Gulf Capital has sealed the second deal from its $251m sophomore private debt fund by picking up Tunisian olive oil business CHO Company.

Värde Partners names long-serving execs as new partners

Global private equity firm Värde Partners has appointed Elena Lieskovska and Haseeb Malik as its latest partner.

PE dealmaking momentum helps 2018 to one of best results in 15 years

Private equity dealmaking maintained strong performance in 2018 to record one of the best results of the past 15 years, new research shows.

Arconic abandons sale over price, snubbing PE buyer Apollo Global

Aluminium products manufacturer Arconic has given up on its sale plans after announcing it had not received an acceptable offer, in turn rejecting tipped PE buyer Apollo Global Management.

Spring Mountain’s Activate Healthcare bought by PE, VC-backed peer Paladina

Spring Mountain Capital has exited its five-year investment in Activate Healthcare with a sale to private equity and venture capital-backed peer Paladina Health.

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