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TA Associates buys Astorg portfolio business Surfaces Group after three-year hold

Astorg has agreed to sell manufacturing tools and consumables business Surfaces Group to fellow buyout house TA Associates.

Vitruvian Partners follows €4bn fund close with Unifaun sale to Marlin Equity

Vitruvian Partners has agreed to sell cloud logistics business Unifaun to fellow buyout house Marlin Equity Partners.

UPDATE: Pacific Equity Partners hits A$2.5bn hard cap close for sixth flagship fundraise

Australian buyout major Pacific Equity Partners has hit an A$2.5bn hard cap final close for its sixth flagship fundraise.

ICE swoops on Thoma Bravo’s Ellie May in $11bn buyout to score powerful return...

US private equity house Thoma Bravo has scored a powerful return through the quick sale of mortgage finance platform Ellie May to ICE, the owner of the New York Stock Exchange.

Private equity trio close in on €2.96n MasMovil takeover as rival bids fail to...

A trio of private equity majors look set to complete their agreed €2.96bn buyout of listed Spanish telecoms operator MasMovil after no rival offers for the company emerged.

Private equity execs bullish on 2020 dealmaking, more portfolio company support – survey

Private equity firms remain bullish on their portfolio investments despite the widespread chaos caused by the coronavirus crisis, new research suggests.

Genstar Capital splashes out on 71-year-old car wash systems provider Sonny’s Enterprises

Genstar Capital has bought into conveyorised car wash systems business Sonny's Enterprises.

Ares Management raised $9.1bn in Q2 2020 amid Covid-19 volatility

Alternative investment manager Ares Management bagged $9.1bn in new fund commitments in the second quarter of the year despite dealing with the coronavirus fallout.

Avedon Capital strikes €500m in Fund IV raise, sets sights on hard cap

Dutch private equity house Avedon Capital Partners has picked up at least €500m for its latest buyout fundraise, well above the total raised for its predecessor vehicle.

Can a slew of pandemic-focused private debt fundraises slow the sector’s fundraising decline?

Private debt fundraising is on pace for its slowest year in half a decade - but will a surge of newly-launched opportunistic vehicles hoping to profit from the coronavirus crisis turn those numbers around?

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