(Reuters) – British private equity fund Apax Partners said on Wednesday it will create a $500 million mid-market fund to invest in Israeli companies in the technology, telecom, healthcare and consumer sectors.
The new fund will target 10 deals of $25 million to $100 million, Nico Hansen, a partner at Apax, told a private equity conference in London. The money for the fund will come from local investors, he said.
Hansen added that Apax’s global fund would continue to target deals of over $200 million
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