Siris Capital Group expects to hold a second close at $200 million on its debut fund in the coming days, Buyouts reported yesterday….Continue
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Siris Capital Group, the buyout firm that spun out of SAC Capital Advisors early this year, is raising its first fund without help from the hedge fund’s controversial leader Steven Cohen (pictured), Buyouts reported earlier today, citing three sources. Cohen offered to back away from the firm’s efforts some time in the spring, when he […]Continue
The PE arm of SAC Capital Advisors is spinning off.
Siris Capital, the name of the new group, is looking to raise $400 million, a source says. The fund will focus on healthcare, tech and telecom, the person says.
SAC Capital is the $12 billion hedge fund run by Steven Cohen. Cohen is reportedly helping support the debut vehicle, Siris Partners II LP, said Dow Jones, which first reported the spin out.
Frank Baker, Peter Berger and Jeffrey Hendren, who will lead Siris, previously worked at Ripplewood Holdings before joining SAC Capital in 2007, Bloomberg says.
Officials for SAC Capital declined comment.Continue