The 2016-vintage Private Equity Opportunities Fund III is targeting €400 million, the equivalent of $446 million on 9 June, according to the filing.
Fund III follows its predecessors’ strategy of making direct secondaries and direct co-investments as well as mid-market primary investments in Europe and North America, Secondaries Investor understands.
SwanCap does not expect to be in the market for more than a year, the filing shows.
KJustus Financial Services in Frankfurt and UniCredit Bank in Munich are listed as placement agents according to the filing, which does not disclose a finder’s fees or sales commissions.
Munich-headquartered SwanCap reached a first close on around half the fund’s target last September, Secondaries Investor reported.
Last year SwanCap launched and held the final close on the €300 million Private Market Fund SCSp SIF, which “was designed and is managed in accordance with specific criteria developed in conjunction with certain large institutional investor clients”, according to a statement from the firm.
SwanCap was founded in 2013 by senior members of UniCredit’s private equity unit and manages a significant portion of the Italian bank’s private equity portfolio, which it bought in early 2014.
It ranked 19th in Secondaries Investor‘s SI 30 this year – which lists the largest secondaries firms by capital raised over the past five years – having raised the equivalent of $2.2 billion since 1 January 2012.
SwanCap did not return a request for comment.