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A look into capital raising for secondaries strategies, including fund launches, hard-caps, fund closures and LP commitments to vehicles.

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The Paris-headquartered firm raised €200m for its debut secondaries fund last year.
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The firm is seeking $500m for a dedicated GP-led vehicle which has the potential to deliver enhanced returns.
Tom Jorgensen, North Sky Capital, at the Impact Investor Global Summit
Clean Growth VI is 60% invested and its first distributions are scheduled for later this month.
Roland Reynolds, Senior Managing Director, Industry Ventures
About 20% of Industry Ventures Partnership Holding VII will be dedicated to purchasing LP stakes in venture funds, senior managing director Roland Reynolds tells Secondaries Investor.
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The firm is looking to close on its third and largest secondaries fund, after closing its second such fund in 2021.
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The firm wants to raise almost 60% more than it did for its predecessor vehicle.
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The firm believes VC secondaries will shift venture capital from an illiquid to liquid asset class in the near future, according to founding partner Alan Vaksman.
Details of the fund's target and fundraising update, as well as expected performance and fees, were disclosed in US pension documents.
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The GP-led and special situations-focused manager had raised around one-quarter of its target as of mid-May.
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The niche secondaries firm is seeking $450m for Glouston Private Equity Opportunities VII.

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