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Our interactive report reveals fundraising has ground to a halt as covid-19 takes its toll on economic activity around the world.
The UK manager has $1bn in its sights as it seeks opportunities across the public and private markets.
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The vehicle will follow its predecessor’s strategy of lending to mid-market US companies across a range of sectors.
The London-based fund manager’s second fund, focused on asset-backed opportunities, has a final target of €850m with a cap of €1bn.
The leasing fund reached final close at a time of unprecedented turmoil in the airline industry.
The coronavirus crisis has helped push fundraising even lower in 2020 after several years of decline.
Our latest figures show private debt funds are finding it tough to raise capital, but this was true before the virus struck.
The latest of its direct lending fund series, launched late last year, aims at an increasing opportunity in the small and mid-sized end of the market in Asia-Pacific.
The Los Angeles-headquartered fund manager has raised €1.6bn, compared with an initial target of €1bn.
The vehicle has held a first close on $200m and is now in the deployment phase.

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