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Ottawa Avenue Private Capital preps to unload $1 billion of PE interests and Costello exits Park Hill Group.
Not all PE firms are postponing exits as evidenced by CD&R's sale of its stake in naviHealth.
A scuttled buyout gets hit with litigation and CD&R makes good coin from exiting naviHealth.
Advent stalls its take-private buyout of Forescout while Carlyle and GIC may be able to walk away from a deal with American Express GBT.
A new study shows the effects of the coronavirus meltdown on deals and H.I.G. Capital seeks to raise $1.25 billion for a new fund focused on challenging situations.
More deals could come from the downturn and EIG racks up $2.6 billion for new fund.
This is the year when technology changes from being an enhancement to the PE process to being an inseparable part of it.
Unlike a few weeks ago, deals are starting to flow again: KKR invests in an Australia's Colonial First State and Thoma Bravo exits Idaptive.
GGC forms a new marketing tech company Dreamscape and OMERS' new head of global private equity wants to safeguard the portfolio amid the pandemic downturn.

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