As an asset class with a buy-to-sell cycle that typically lasts around five to seven years, you would be forgiven for thinking that private equity could weather the storm of Covid-19 more smoothly than other, more inherently volatile asset classes, can. That’s partly true.
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German family-equity company Haniel has become a regional cornerstone investor of Gilde Investment Management's Gilde Healthcare V fund.
Seafort Advisors has invested in Deskcenter AG, the parent company of Deskcenter UK, becoming the company’s new majority shareholder as a result.
BGF has invested GBP 8 million in British ceramics brand Emma Bridgewater, to support the brand’s UK growth and international expansion.
Danish venture capital firm Promentum Equity Partners has sold Grazper Technologies to Yokogawa Electric Corporation, a listed Japanese conglomerate.
GRO Capital has agreed to become the new majority shareholder and provide further capital into Queue-it, a virtual waiting room software application, to accelerate growth.
Hamilton Lane Advisors, a leading PE advisory firm with more than USD421 billion in advisory assets and north of USD66 billion in discretionary AUM, has filed an 8K with the Securities Exchange Commission, having entered into a USD75 million Multi-Draw Term Loan and Security Agreement with First Republic Bank.