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StepStone Real Estate soars past Fund III target with $700m final close

StepStone Real Estate, a part of StepStone Group, has closed its third fund at $700m beating its initial target of $500m.

Fund of funds player TrueBridge beats target for first direct fund with $125m final...

Fund of funds manager TrueBridge Capital Partners has held a $125m final close for its first direct investment fund, beating its $100m target.

RCP names McCoy managing partner amid string of promotions

Fund of funds and secondaries private equity specialist RCP Advisors has made a string of promotions, including naming Dave McCoy managing partner.

New Heritage Capital buys food service provider Continental Services

Boston-based New Heritage Capital has made an investment in Michigan food service provider Continental Services.

Black Toro already eyeing Q4 Fund III launch in wake of December Fund II...

Spanish private equity firm Black Toro Capital is already planning a Q4 launch for its next private equity fund, despite only closing its last vehicle at the turn of 2017.

Access Capital cruises to €126m first close for direct infrastructure vehicle

European private equity fund manager Access Capital Partners is more than halfway to its €250m target for a direct infrastructure fund.

Blackstone, Inflexion said to fight it out for UK IT services company Claranet

Private equity giants Blackstone and Inflexion are reportedly fighting to acquire a £500m stake in UK-based IT services company Claranet.

Texan firm Post Oak Energy Capital adds gas and oil company to its portfolio

Texas-based buyout house Post Oak Energy Capital has led a $200m investment in to Moriah Henry Partners.

European PE fundraising nears pre-financial crisis ‘boom years’ levels

European private equity fundraising is at its strongest in dollar terms since the global financial crisis, new research has revealed.

Sycamore said to have seen off Sunrise in The Limited assets auction

Consumer-focused buyout house Sycamore Partners has reportedly won the race for assets of bankrupt US retail chain The Limited against competition from trade player Sunrise Brands.