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SwanCap closes latest fund above target at EUR433m

SwanCap has held the final close for its latest fund at EUR433 million, comfortably exceeding its EUR400 million target.

SWAN III provides exposure to the private equity mid-market in Europe and North America via a combination of primary funds, direct co- investments as well as select secondaries.
 
The LP base of SWAN III includes many institutional investors, public and corporate pension funds, insurance companies, endowments, foundations as well as large family offices. As per today the Fund has already closed 20 transactions and as such deployed circa 50 per cent of total commitments across all three investment strategies.
 
SwanCap Partner’s Co-CEO, Dr Florian Kreitmeier, says: “SwanCap ́s demonstrated ability to select and access attractive opportunities in our segments, as well as the strong performance of the predecessor program, has made Swan III a compelling proposition for our high calibre investor base. We are thankful for the support of a diverse group of both new and existing SwanCap investors.”
 
SwanCap Partner’s Co-CEO, Dr Andreas Bohnm, adds: “We endeavour to provide our investors with access to high-quality investment opportunities in an increasingly competitive market. And we strongly believe our thoughtful investment approach and investment philosophy with a focus on capital preservation, value creation and high quality assets offers investors a compelling investment opportunity and delivers enhanced returns.”
 
Claus Mansfeldt, Chairman of SwanCap ́s AIFM in Luxembourg, says: “Our 17year track record and consistent and proven investment strategy allows us to identify and get access to a large set of attractive investment opportunities. The SWAN III portfolio exhibits already today a very balanced diversification across best-in-class managers, a variety of industry sectors, geographies and investment strategies.”

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