Polaris has sold Car-O-Liner to Snap-On Inc for $155 million. Gothenburg, Sweden-based Car-O-Liner provides collision repair equipment and information and truck alignment systems. Jefferies advised Polaris and Car-O-Liner.
Science 37 said Oct. 18 that it raised $31 million in series B funding led by Redmile Group. Lux Capital and dRx Capital also participated, as well as Sanofi Genzyme BioVentures. Los Angeles-based Science 37 is a clinical research company.
Ysios Capital said Oct. 18 that its second fund closed at 126.4 million euros ($139.1 million), surpassing its 100 million euro target. Ysios BioFund II Innvierte FCR will invest in biotech, medtech and diagnostic companies across Europe with a special interest in Spain.
Cyprium Partners said Oct. 18 that it invested subordinated debt and equity Irvin Automotive Products Inc. Financial terms weren’t announced, Cyprium’s investment is part of Piston Group’s buy of Irvin Auto from Takata Corp that was previously announced. Pontiac, Michigan-based Irvin makes automotive seat covers, headrests, sun visors, armrests and cargo shades.
Ship Supply International, a portfolio company of H.I.G. Capital, has acquired Kamil Ship Supply. Financial terms weren’t announced. Mobile, Alabama-based Kamil provides delivery of critical perishable goods and deck & engine maintenance products to commercial vessels.
MCI Brazil said Oct. 18 that it acquired P2Com Group. Financial terms weren’t announced. P2Com provides corporate events and incentive travel management. MCI Brazil is a joint venture between AlaturJTB and MCI Group.
David Rubenstein, co-Founder and co-CEO of Carlyle Group, will appear on Bloomberg TV in his own prime-time television and digital series. In “The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations,” the Carlyle executive will interview power players about their “personal and professional journeys.” He will question guests as a peer and not as a journalist, a statement said. His first interview is with Bill Gates; other guests will include Lloyd Blankfein, Indra Nooyi and Warren Buffett.
The Carlyle Group said Oct. 17 that it agreed to invest in ProKarma. Financial terms weren’t announced. Endeavour Capital, ProKarma’s current financial partner, will exit its stake. ProKarma, of Omaha and Portland, Oregon, is an IT services firm. J.P. Morgan Securities LLC and Alston & Bird advised Carlyle. ProKarma was advised by Credit Suisse and Perkins Coie.
Sixpoint Partners said Oct. 17 that Joan Tan was named Managing Director and Head of Asian Distribution. Tan was previously Managing Director and Head of China at Diamond Dragon Advisors.
Vanessa Larco has joined New Enterprise Associates Inc as a Partner based in the Bay Area. Larco most recently served as Box‘s Director of Product Management for Mobile and Web.
Snapsheet said Oct. 14 that it closed a $20 million Series C round led by F-Prime Capital and IA Capital Group, with strategic participation from Liberty Mutual Strategic Ventures, Intact Ventures Inc and a USAA subsidiary. Chicago-based Snapsheet provides virtual claims technology and services.
ThoughtSpot said Oct. 17 that it expanded its Series C round with a new investment from Hewlett Packard Pathfinder. Financial terms weren’t announced. In May, ThoughtSpot said it raised $50 million in a Series C. ThoughtSpot, of Redwood City, California, provides search and data analysis.
Mizuho Americas said Oct 13 that it hired Jason Fertig as Managing Director and Head of Healthcare Investment Banking for its North American banking business. Fertig previously served as Managing Director and Co-Head of Americas Healthcare Investment Banking for Nomura.
The Greater Manchester Loan Fund has invested 150,000 pounds ($182,000) in UK Creative Media Limited. UK Creative Media is a personalized gift card firm. Maven Capital Partners manages the Greater Manchester Loan Fund.
Tcell said Oct. 12 that it raised $9.4 million in Series A financing from Menlo Ventures, A Capital, Allegis Capital, Webb Investment Network, CrunchFund and SV Angel. Tcell is an application security company.
Blackstone and New Mountain Capital have completed their $575 million investment in JDA Software Group.
ComplyAdvantage said Oct. 13 that raise $8.2 million in a Series A funding round led by Balderton Capital. London-based ComplyAdvantage uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to help firms manage compliance obligations and reduce costs.
Blue Sage said Oct. 12 that it acquired Magnum Systems Inc. Financial terms weren’t announced. Kansas City-based Magnum designs and makes branded packaging and material handling solutions.