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Fund IV is expected to reach its target and cap by the summer of 2023, sources told Buyouts.
MassPRIM makes an early commitment to the manager, which targets lower-mid-market business services, IT and healthcare IT companies.
Six private equity insiders give a fireside chat about short-term gloom, long-term opportunities, ESG and what to look out for in 2023.
Arcline is one of the few newish managers that is braving the challenging fundraising market and is looking for commitments from limited partners.
Fund VII will concentrate on investing in mid-market companies in business services and consumer sectors, relinquishing a prior focus on energy.
The jump to Sheth’s firm, Haveli Investments, comes after Loring’s quick stint at Crosspoint, which lasted just over a year.
'It’s a healthy correction and private markets still need time to digest some of the public market corrections and valuations,' said the system’s deputy CIO.
Some 252 buyout, growth equity, venture capital and other PE vehicles in North America secured $111bn between July and September, down 20% from the second quarter.
New Mexico commits $75m to the manager.
The target marks a significant step-up from prior flagships in the series. If Fund IV succeeds in raising $5bn, it will be 61% larger than the 2019-vintage Fund III.

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