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'We have an incredible network, because we have been investing in medtech and life science companies for more than 20 years,' said Vance Street's Brian Martin.
Deal drivers include increased demand for podcasts, video games, mobile apps, cloud computing, online gambling, artificial intelligence, and augmented and virtual reality software.
Vivian Health provides an employment marketplace, like LinkedIn for healthcare, explained Thoma Bravo’s Christine Kang.
"We believe the exit environment has remained healthy with robust appetite for high-quality companies of scale," said Align Capital Partners' Chris Jones.
'The prospect of inflation and rising interest rates hasn’t changed how we think about investing capital nor our investment approach,' said Michael Ewald, global head of private credit at Bain Capital Credit.
'We are living in uncertain times, and so we were interested in getting some partial liquidity for the investment,' Bain Capital Private Equity's Ken Hanau said.
“Decarbonization has been very important for us,” Brookfield's Jehangir Vevaina said. “We see the natural extension of clean energy solutions being broader decarbonization, and aspects like carbon capture and storage are extremely important.”
"The construction needs of the world did not stop,” said Castle Harlan senior managing director Marcel Fournier about how business grew during the pandemic.
With a major plant in Mexico, Schumacher isn't burdened by the increased container costs and shutdowns that competitors relying on parts from Asia are, said Lincolnshire's Tom Callahan.
“We tend to target areas and opportunities that have organic growth levers where we can put in more capital over time,” said GTCR’s Cunningham.
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