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.
Culture Shift has secured a GBP1.35 million investment in a funding round led by Praetura Ventures, a VC firm which targets early stage businesses in high value sectors.
Paris-based start-up Akur8 has raised EUR8 million (USD8.9 million) in a Series A funding round from BlackFin Capital Partners and MTech Capital.
The Private Equity Wire European Awards 2020 recognise excellence among GPs and their service providers, and celebrate the achievements of firms that contributed to another significant year for the sector.
LDC, the private equity arm of Lloyds Banking Group, has made a number of senior promotions as part of its intention to invest GBP1.2billion in UK mid-market firms in the next three years.
As WHO classed the Coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic yesterday and governments are taking increasingly significant steps to ensure that businesses can weather the storm, private equity firms are holding back on M&A for the time being, according to Eight Advisory.