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30 June 2016

TorQuest seals strong Fund IV close at $925m hard cap

canada-1157521_1920 Canadian private equity house TorQuest Partners easily beaten its target for its fourth fund by holding a $925m hard cap final close.

30 June 2016

PAI Partners and Goldman set to offload Xella in €1.8bn deal

working-1025325_960_720 Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs have reportedly been hired to sell private equity-backed Xella, a year after the business failed to float.

30 June 2016

KPCB launches two new funds looking to get $1.4bn

money-1428590_640 Venture capital heavyweight Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) has filed two new funds with the SEC looking for $1.4bn in total commitments.

30 June 2016

Aurelius not worried about Brexit effects on newly-bought Working Links

building-804526_640 European private equity firm Aurelius does not expect Brexit will have any impact on welfare and rehabilitation services provider Working Links, which it has just acquired.

30 June 2016

Origami reels in almost $371m for Fund III

money-994845_960_720 Chicago-based private equity firm Origami Capital Partners has closed its third fund at nearly $371m.

29 June 2016

Silverfleet enjoys 3.3x return from exit of Danish agri business Cimbria

tractor-470405_640 European private equity player Silverfleet Capital has scored 3.3-times return through the sale of Denmark's Cimbria to US trade buyer AGCO Corporation, AltAssets can reveal.

29 June 2016

Diamond Resorts to shine in Apollo’s portfolio as parties agree on $2.2bn take-private deal

agate-1433239_640 Private equity heavyweight Apollo Global Management will acquire Diamond Resorts International for around $2.2bn in a take-private deal expected to close in a few months.

29 June 2016

Stockbridge may sell Yes Communities to GIC for $2bn

san-francisco-210230_640 San Francisco-headquartered real estate investment firm Stockbridge is said to be in talks with Singapore’s sovereign fund GIC for the sale of housing business Yes Communities.

29 June 2016

Brexit vote could lead to investment drop in UK energy infrastructure in near term $

sunset-208771_640 Britain's energy sector is in greatest danger of losing investments in the short term due to the country's decision to leave the EU, according to an AMP Capital analysis.

29 June 2016

Understaffed LPs missing out on emerging market opportunities, Sarona exec says $

Vivina Berla in Colour Domestic LPs are finding good returns in emerging markets but international investors still shy away from committing, despite an increase in interest, according to Sarona Asset Management’s Vivina Berla.

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