US and European LPs bring PE investments in-house in our latest round-up of LP and secondaries news
New vehicles will increase flexibility and open up opportunities for private equity houses, real estate investors and hedge fund managers
Partners Group Generations Fund is structured as a non-UCITS retail scheme
Its previous vehicle, Partners Group Secondary 2011, reached a final close on €2bn in 2012
Exit comes three years after acquisition
Founding family will keep majority control of luxury goods maker
Fresh commitments to be invested globally in mid-market
Announcement part of wider reshuffle in the firm's management structure
STFA Group holds remaining 70% stake
US and Asian GPs are turning to Europe for deals
Deal marks Duke Street's second ownership of the business
N+1 backed the business in 2007
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Partners Group has closed its 2012 private equity direct investment programme on €1.5bn.
Partners Group and Mizuho have joined forces to develop and distribute global private equity products in Japan's pension market.
Hutton Collins-backed Caffè Nero, a UK-based coffee shop chain, has completed a £275m refinancing comprising senior and mezzanine debt.
Gilde Buy Out Partners has sold German catering company Hofmann Menü Manufaktur to Partners Group alongside Hofmann's management.
Partners Group has raised more than $800m for its senior secured leverage loan-focused Private Market Credit Strategies and private debt mandates.
Partners Group has announced the sale of its remaining stakes in two non-private-equity-affiliated firms.
Partners Group has announced plans to reshuffle its board of directors and executive team, including the appointment of two new co-CEOs.
Partners Group has held a final close for Global Value 2011, the third fund in the series, on €680m.
Partners Group has invested in Spanish multi-platform software guide Softonic.
Switzerland-based GP Partners Group is set to buy a 40% stake in software download portal Softonic – Spain’s most visited website – for €110m, according to reports in the local press.