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Clearlake Capital has agreed to buy Springs Window Fashions from AEA Investors and British Columbia Investment Management Corporation.
Tech-focused venture capital firm King River Capital held a first close for its second fund with $95m of commitments - and is expecting full participation from existing LPs.
A consortium including buyout giant KKR and the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan has moved a step closer to a buyout of Australian electricity infrastructure business Spark at a roughly A$5.13bn ($3.78bn) valuation.
Asian private equity house Navis Capital Partners is reportedly nearing an imminent final close for its eighth flagship fund, as well as raising a new continuation vehicle.
Global buyout giant Blackstone has agreed to tap its specialist GP stakes fund to acquire a minority stake in fellow private equity house GTCR. The partnership will provide GTCR’s portfolio companies with access to Blackstone’s $150bn revenue base investment platform.
Private equity giant TPG has raised an impressive $5.4bn for the first close of its debut fund specifically targeting climate investing.
Global buyout giant Blackstone hired Stevi Petrelli as head of Blackstone Innovations Investments (BXI Investments). The newly created role will work across the firm’s various sectors of investments including technology and innovation, growth, real estate, private wealth solutions and finance business.
Thoma Bravo seals $6.4bn Medallia take-private to capitalize on ‘massive and growing’ market opportunity
Private equity major Thoma Bravo has agreed to take customer feedback software maker Medallia private in an all-cash transaction that values the company at $6.4bn. The firm said the deal would provide the company with additional resources to capitalize on a massive and growing market opportunity.
Software-focused private equity major Vista Equity Partners has agreed a buyout of renewable energy asset performance management software business Power Factors.
Mid-market UK buyout house Graphite Capital has bought personalised children's books publishing platform Wonderbly.