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"Even with the strong deal flow we’ve seen this year, there’s been an excellent supply/demand dynamic," said Churchill's Randy Schwimmer. "Deal terms remain well-balanced between being issuer- and investor-friendly."
Supply chains long trended toward globalization, but now the pendulum is swinging the other way.
'At our core, we are an impact-oriented middle market private equity firm, focused on delivering both financial returns and societal impact,' Vistria’s Schuppan told PE Hub.
The firm will support organic growth, including expansion through San Diego area and beyond, as well as eventual acquisition activity.
“States like Texas, California and Florida offer large populations, which necessitate long-term planning around education infrastructure,” Godspeed’s Lake told PE Hub.
OMERS' Geoffrey Bird confirmed the investment to PE Hub, although the pension fund wasn't mentioned in the January deal announcement.
PE firms can help supply chain companies professionalize and modernize operations, make investments in new technologies and capabilities, improve internal processes and build scale, says Sun's Steven Liff.
“There was already a trend toward e-commerce in both B2B and B2C, but the pandemic accelerated it, particularly on the B2C side," said Gerry DeBiasi, partner, Kidd & Company.
“Even as the market has gotten more competitive, we as a firm have never been more active,” TPG’s Jeff Rhodes told PE Hub.
"Financial services represents just 10% of US private equity investments, but players in the space are increasingly seeing this technological transformation occur across the entire fintech value chain and backing businesses sitting in the middle of these trends," LMP's Pierson said.

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