12º Investors raising funds - 1st April

Analyst Reports available this week:,

  • Analyzing Thoma Bravo’s investment strategy: Where the PE firm is betting big across key industries: Thoma Bravo is one of the world’s leading private equity firms, with a successful track record of investments across the technology, healthcare, financial services, and software industries. Link
  • Quantitative Perspectives: Putting the Pieces Back Together: Startups and investors must come together to restart the flow of VC. Link
  • 10 largest private debt funds find opportunity in tight lending market: Private debt managers are building up their war chests as a tighter debt market, made worse by the current banking crisis, creates opportunities for alternative lenders. Link
  • Strategy Capital, a tech-focused hedge fund, is a reminder that one year of performance doesn't make or break a manager. (Institutional Investor)


  • Blackstone is in talks to buy a passive minority stake in growth equity firm FTV Capital, per Bloomberg. Link
  • Why it could ultimately be a good thing if VC funds have to go back to a slower way of making investments. Bloomberg


  • Crédit Agricole (Paris: CAGR) launched a China M&A advisory business. Link
  • KPS Capital Partners plans to seek $8b for its sixth flagship fund, with a $10b cap, per the WSJ. It also will target $1.5b for its second midcap fund. Link
  • Magnesium Capital, a London-based energy transition PE firm co-founded by Ian Jones (ex-Apax Partners), is raising its debut fund. Link.
  • OpenView, a Boston-based expansion-stage VC firm, raised over $570m for its seventh fund. Link
  • SR One, a life sciences-focused VC firm, raised $500m for its second independent fund since spinning out of GlaxoSmithKline in 2020. Link
  • DW Healthcare Partners raised $210m for a founders fund, which will back companies with between $3m and $6m in EBITDA. Link
  • Parthenon Capital raised more than $4.5b for its seventh flagship PE fund. Link
  • Playfair, a London-based pre-seed firm, raised $70m for its third fund. Link
  • Torch Capital, a New York-based consumer tech VC firm, raised over $200m for its latest fund. Link
  • Accel-KKR raised $4.4b for its seventh flagship fund. Link
  • Anamcara, a London-based VC firm led by Annelie Ajami (B&Y Venture Partners), raised $10.6m for its debut fund. Link
  • Gutter Capital, a New York-based pre-seed and seed VC firm, raised $25m for its debut fund. It’s led by Dan Teran (founder of Managed by Q) and James Gettinger. Link

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