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The US pension has backed two private equity funds.
In the magazine: Deals of the year – Six of the best exits in 2021; Manufacturing and Industrials – a nine-page special report; ‘Green-it-up’ capital; How to woo blue-collar workers; A keynote interview with Middleground Capital; Plus much more…
TaylorMade was buried in the bunker until KPS made a brilliant sand save.
Accel-KKR saw that Seequent’s geological scanning software could dig much deeper than first thought, with far more applications possible.
Scalpel! Francisco’s carve-out of Capsule Technologies, which provides patient monitoring and medical device integration, was just what the doctor ordered.
We toast the work of six private equity firms for their highly successful deals made in 2021. Francisco Partners takes the top prize with its carve-out of medical device maker Capsule Technologies.
EQT sold Aldevron for $9.6bn just 22 months after buying the maker of mRNA vaccine components for $3.4bn.
Argosy transforms Paragon from niche player in the nuclear power sector to predominant force.
The US public pension backed five private equity funds, two of which are managed by FirstMark Capital.
In her chat with Buyouts, Clarke Soares discusses the process of starting her firm (during a pandemic, no less), what it's like for a Black woman to be in the rarefied world of private equity and how important it is for women to take the entrepreneurial path.

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