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Branford Castle makes second investment with recently-closed fund

New York-based buyout house Branford Castle Partners has dipped into its recently-closed investment fund to acquire Surface Preparation Technologies.

KKR taps tech fund for investment in IVP-backed Cherwell Software

Global buyout major KKR has backed IT management business Cherwell Software through its Next Generation Technology Fund.

Flexpoint Ford backs pair of eye treatment, cosmetic surgery businesses

Healthcare and financial services-focused private equity house Flexpoint Ford has invested in a pair of businesses.

KKR said to near IPO of industrial equipment provider Gardner Denver

Private equity giant KKR is reportedly looking for an IPO of industrial machinery portfolio company Gardner Denver.

Harvest Partners SCF hires Chris Peyser as senior associate

New York-based Harvest Partners has added Chris Peyser to its team as a senior associate.

Accent Equity agrees exit of laundry services business Textilia

Accent Equity Partners has agreed to sell its stake in the parent of Swedish laundry services business Textilia to Danish strategic buyer De Forenede Dampvaskerier.

Fundraising fears rise as global private equity dry powder hits $1.5tn

Fears are rising that the private equity fundraising may be near an inevitable peak after another year of capital pouring into the asset class pushed global dry powder to a new $1.5tn high.

The positives and negatives to larger private equity fund sizes

GPs raising increasingly large funds can be a double-edged sword for potential LP backers. Pavilion Alternatives managing director Richard Pugmire explains the positives and negatives of ever-rising GP fundraises.

Linse Capital already back fundraising four months after Fund II close

California-based Linse Capital is back in the fundraising market after only closing its previous fund in October last year, AltAssets can reveal.

Trump’s US navy secretary nominee Philip Bilden stands down

US President Donald Trump’s navy secretary nominee Philip Bilden has withdrawn from contention due to a 'conflict of personal interests', according to a statement from the Pentagon.