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If Thoma Bravo Fund XIV meets it $16.5 billion target, it will be largest flagship pool in the Chicago private equity firm’s 40-year history.
If Sterling Group Partners V meets its goal, it will be the largest flagship fund raised in the Houston private equity firm's 38-year history.
With the onset of covid-19, AE Industrial has been fielding more inquiries about its structured credit offering, mostly from aviation companies, sources told Buyouts.
Hami Ebrahimi for 10 years worked in OMERS Private Equity's operations and strategy group, supporting a number of portfolio companies, including Caliber Collision Centers.
Bruce Flatt, CEO of Brookfield Asset Management, said the three-to-five-year outlook for its credit partner Oaktree Capital is “much better today than it looked eighteen months ago.”
In his first full interview since becoming head of OMERS Private Equity, Michael Graham talks to Buyouts about his priorities in the downturn, 14 years of solo investing, the strategy today, and plans for the Singapore office.
Brookfield's private equity, real estate and other platforms will share oversight of the retail initiative, which will make non-control investments in merchants with pre-pandemic revenue of $250m or more.
While a coronavirus-driven down-cycle is unlikely to shut down fundraising for viable GPs with first-time offerings, it has multiplied their challenges.
Cornell Capital Partners II, which has not yet secured commitments, comes less than two years after the close of the firm’s inaugural multi-asset buyout fund at $1.3 billion-plus.
Substantial minority capital on the balance sheet lends financial capabilities to managers second only to those afforded to “the largest public guys,” Dyal Capital Partners head Michael Rees told Buyouts.

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