Canadian private equity firm Tricor Pacific Capital has closed its fifth partnership, Tricor Pacific Capital Partners Fund V, raising capital commitments totaling $345 million. Fund V will invest in North American lower mid-market deal opportunities, and such industries as specialty manufacturing, business services and value-added distribution. Founded in 1996, Tricor is based in Vancouver and has an office in Chicago. Since inception, it has led the acquisition of 68 companies with more than $1 billion in investor capital. In February, the firm completed several portfolio exits, including the sale of Golden Boy Foods Ltd, a private label peanut butter maker, to Post Holdings Inc for $320 million.
Announcing Fund V
Tricor is pleased to announce the successful closing of TRICOR PACIFIC CAPITAL PARTNERS FUND V with aggregate committed capital of C$345 million. Tricor is a leading private equity firm that invests in profitable, well-managed, lower middle-market companies in the U.S. and Canada. Since inception in 1996, Tricor has managed over $1 billion of capital invested in companies in the specialty manufacturing, business services and value-added distribution industries. Tricor is now actively seeking new investments in these industries.
Source: Tricor Pacific Capital
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