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Julius Baer targets $250m for buyout fund

Swiss bank Julius Baer is betting on the continued appetite of its wealthy clients for private equity investments by targeting a $250 million fundraise for a new buyout fund, according to a report by Bloomberg.

Swiss bank Julius Baer is betting on the continued appetite of its wealthy clients for private equity investments by targeting a $250 million fundraise for a new buyout fund, according to a report by Bloomberg.

The report cites investor documents seen by Bloomberg as revealing that the new fund will be the largest to date under Julius Baer’s flagship private equity programme, bringing total assets raised since the programme launched four years ago to around $731 million.

Investors will be required to commit a minimum of $125,000 to the new fund, which will mostly focus on small and medium-sized private equity firms raising between $350 million and $3.5 billion. It will also target direct co-investments and secondary opportunities in private markets.
 

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