Fundraising slips amid market turmoil: Q3 2015 in review – Quarterly Fundraising


  • After post-crisis high in Q2, U.S. fundraising falls to $42 bln
  • Several managers still raising large flagship funds
  • LPs showing interest in separate accounts
Private equity funds closed on $42 billion in Q3, the weakest quarterly fundraising total since the first quarter of 2014. The recent dip is similar to what occurred between Q4 2013 and Q1 2014, when U.S. fundraising dropped from $62.5 ...

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