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2 July 2013

New Harbor Capital seeks $150m for lower mid-market fund $

Lower mid-market firm New Harbor Capital has kicked off a $150m fundraise, AltAssets has learned.

2 July 2013

Lehman spin-out Trilantic within touching distance of biggest ever fundraise $

Trilantic, the buyout firm launched four years ago by dealmakers from Lehman Brother’s merchant banking arm, is within a whisker of its $2bn target for its latest North America vehicle, AltAssets has learned.

2 July 2013

Patron Capital plans French property push amid low market liquidity

Property-focused private equity firm Patron Capital is planning to target France with up to €500m to take advantage of low liquidity in the country’s real estate market.

2 July 2013

Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund commits $175m to real estate funds $

The Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund has approved investments of $175m in real estate funds including a $125m commitment to the UK’s AEW Core Property Trust.

2 July 2013

Germany’s Nord Holding exits Goebel after 10-year ownership

German mid-market firm Nord Holding has sold paper manufacturing business Goebel to IMS Deltamatic after a ten-year holding period.

2 July 2013

L Capital acquires controlling stake in CellularLine

Louis Vuitton-backed L Capital has bought a controlling interest in CellularLine alongside peer DVR Capital and the Foglio and Aleotti families.

2 July 2013

HIG Capital closes second Europe fund on €825m after just three months

Miami-based private equity firm HIG Capital has closed its second Europe-focused fund on €825m in just three months, well above its initial €750m target.

2 July 2013

Advent Private Capital closes sixth fund on $200m

Australian private equity firm Advent Private Capital has collected A$200m ($183.7m) for its sixth fund, falling well short of its original A$400m target.

2 July 2013

Thoma Bravo agrees $1bn-plus deal for Intuit banking software arm IFS

Consolidation-focused private equity firm Thoma Bravo has agreed to buy IFS, the financial services division of Intuit, in a deal worth more than $1bn.

2 July 2013

Terra Firma struggles to fill Deutsche Annington IPO order book

euro8_170sq Private equity-backed German real estate company Deutsche Annington has reportedly failed to fill the order book for its upcoming IPO.


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