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Morgan Stanley Energy Partners buys up majority stake in Durango Midstream

Morgan Stanley Energy Partners has acquired a majority stake in Durango Midstream.

Southfield Capital acquires American Refrigeration Company to mark fourth portfolio business

Mid-market private equity firm Southfield Capital has acquired the American Refrigeration Company (ARC).

Gen Cap America cuts deal for closeout grocery store business Bargain Barn

Nashville-based buyout house Gen Cap America has completed a deal for closeout grocery store business Bargain Barn.

Global buyout dealmaking suffers second slow month, value still up year-on-year

Global private equity deal value and volume continued a second month of slow results in October, following six months of consistently strong numbers, new research shows.

Blue Equity acquires Canadian alcohol retailer Liquor Barn

Buyout firm Blue Equity has acquired alcohol retailer Liquor Barn from Liquor Stores NA.

Ardian buys back Competence Call Center Group from Silverfleet, four years after sale

European private investment giant Ardian has repurchased Competence Call Center Group from Silverfleet Capital four years after selling the business to the firm.

Carlyle sweeps up employee benefits, HR business BenefitMall from VC investor group

Global buyout major Carlyle has bought employee benefits and payroll services business BenefitMall from an investor group led by Austin Ventures.

Francisco Partners wraps up Fund V with $3.9bn in commitments

Tech-focused private equity investor Francisco Partners has raised $3.9bn for its latest buyout fund.

Ex-PayPal, eBay Asia relations expert Katz joins KKR

Listed global buyout giant KKR has brought in former PayPal and eBay Asia relations specialist David Katz as its head of public affairs in the Asia Pacific region.

Nordic, Westview among eight PE funds to receive commitments from MassPRIM

The Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board (MassPRIM) has reportedly allocated $787m to eight investment funds.