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KPS Capital's sale of Chassis Brakes International wins Turnaround Deal of the Year and why the CARES Act should provide relief to private equity.
Thoma Bravo supports San Francisco children and their families during the COVID-19 crisis and Catalyst Capital anticipates an economic slowdown lasting for a long time.
LPs default during the COVID-19 crisis and Ares is putting Unified Women's Healthcare on the block.
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.
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Despite the current coronavirus crisis, deals are being prepped.
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.
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
Markets crash amid the coronavirus outbreak and Black Diamond taps an ex-Carlyle exec to head private equity.
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