Spanish buyout house Miura Private Equity has held a €200m final close for its second fund.
The firm said most of the commitments came from major European and North American institutional investors including pension funds, university endowments and alternative asset managers.
Miura said it planned to continue its strategy of focusing on taking controlling stakes in Spanish and Portuguese companies by investing equity of between €6m and €15m.
The fund close coincided with Miura promoting Jordi Alegre to partner and recruiting Juan Eusebio Pujol as an operating partner.
Alegre joined Miura when it was founded in 2007, while Pujol has provided operational advice for several of Miura’s portfolio companies in recent years.
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