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Brazilian food processor Camil files for IPO, Warburg set to sell down stake

Warburg Pincus is set to sell part of its 31 per cent stake in Brazilian food processor Camil Alimentos through an IPO just a year after investing in the business.

Z Capital Partners buys 123-year-old horse racing paper Daily Racing Form

The private equity arm of asset management group Z Capital Partners has acquired long-running tabloid horse racing newspaper Daily Racing Form.

Harvest Partners unveils Schaller, Peyser as new vice presidents

Middle-market investment firm Harvest Partners has appointed its two new vice presidents as Chris Schaller and Chris Peyser.

GI Partners brings in UBS private fund group veteran Yau as MD

Private equity firm GI Partners has brought in veteran UBS investment banker Philip Yau as its latest managing director.

LBO France to buy majority stake in RG Safety Group, values business at €145m

LBO France has agreed to purchase a majority stake in RG Safety Group from fellow French investment firm Abenex to value the company at €145m, AltAssets can reveal.

TenOneTen Ventures more than doubles previous fundraise with €50m startup tech fund

Seed investor TenOneTen Ventures has raised $50m for its second fund to make it more than double the size of its debut vehicle.

Patriot picks up $128m towards Fund III in quick return to fundraising

Financial services-focused private equity firm Patriot Financial Partners has wasted no time coming back to market for its third fund.

Canaan Partners raising follow up to $675m tenth fund

Veteran venture capital firm Canaan Partners is back in the market with the follow-up to its $675m tenth fund.

Target Partners taps Applause exec Wolter as newest venture partner

German venture capital firm Target Partners has brought in Jan Wolter as a venture partner after the rapid growth of software testing business Applause under his leadership.

Texas-based LiveOak Ventures eyes up to $110m for second fund

Venture Capital firm Live Oak has started raising its second fund, and hopes to raise up to $110m three years after closing its debut.