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Despite the coronavirus crisis, business still goes on at some PE firms: Hillhouse is seeking to raise up to $13 billion for its next fund while HGGC is scouring for new M&A ventures.
PE firms move slowly into offense mode amid the coronavirus crisis and Thoma Bravo shelves its sale of Imprivata.
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Despite the current coronavirus crisis, deals are being prepped.
Thomas Friedman recently argued that “the coronavirus will create a new historical divide: before-Corona (BC) and after-Corona (AC).”
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COVID-19 crisis could bode well for new M&A tech opportunities and Gryphon launches sixth fund.
Amid the COVID-9 crisis, some firms are invoking the MAC clause to pull out of deals.
Thoma Bravo calls off its potential $2 billion-plus sale of Imprivata amid the coronavirus pandemic and New York State Common Retirement Fund commits to a $2 billion co-investment fund with Neuberger Berman.
MiddleGround is paying leave for employees who test positive for COVID-19 and trying to de-stress during a period of excessive stress.
Telehealth tackles the coronavirus and CapVest-backed Curium calls off its potential $3 billion sale.
Leonard Green partners commit $10 million for an employee-assistance fund and a placement agent is surprisingly optimistic about the long-term effects of the coronavirus outbreak on private equity fundraising
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