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Dubin Clark exceeds target on DCCP Fund II

Middle market private equity firm Dubin Clark & Company has held the closing of DCCP Fund II. The Fund was oversubscribed and exceeded its USD100 million target of total capital commitments.

Dubin Clark, with more than USD270 million under management, seeks to make control equity investments in US lower middle-market companies in the business services, niche manufacturing, and specialty rental sectors.
 
Dubin Clark will continue to leverage its reputation for successful partnerships with family-owned businesses, utilising its Principals’ expertise and network of operational advisors to professionalize and grow lower middle-market businesses. DCCP II successfully raised capital with a cross-section of leading limited partners, including endowments, pensions, insurance companies, fund-of-funds, family offices, and high-net-worth individuals.
 
“We are pleased with the success of our fundraising effort, and excited to be partnering with some of the most capable, industry-leading institutional investors out there,” says Tom Caracciolo, Managing Partner of Dubin Clark. “Our investors recognised and responded to our ability to source attractive opportunities and create value through both organic growth initiatives and add-on acquisitions.”
 
“Our approach has always been centered on one fundamental concept – it’s all about people,” says Brent Paris, Managing Partner of Dubin Clark. “We are excited to have an exceptional group of investors who understand the merits of this approach, and look forward to continuing to partner with talented management teams to institutionalise and grow our businesses, and deliver strong investment returns for our limited partners.”
 
DCCP II has already made four platform investments since its formation (two of which are in the specialty rental sector), and has also completed three add-on acquisitions for its portfolio companies.
 

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