Bowmark Capital has closed its new fund, Bowmark Capital Partners IV, with total commitments of £265m, only ten weeks after its launch last year. With 23 investors, the fund was significantly oversubscribed at its hardcap following the success of Bowmark's third vehicle which closed on £105m in 2004. Bowmark Capital Partners IV will continue Bowmark’s proven strategy of active investment in growth-oriented service companies, typically with enterprise values of up to £75m.
BPI France, BNP Paribas Developpement acquire stakes in C&P, which buys Floressence
In his new role, Anson will work closely with Jeryl Andrew, who has been Level 20 CEO since 2016
Barclays and Angel CoFund also took part in the round for the payment processing startup
Following the deal, Vaamo co-CEOs Thomas Bloch and Oliver Vins will join Moneyfarm's executive board