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The $60bn pension's private equity advisor, StepStone Group, is the lead investor on the deal, which includes healthcare company Confluent Medical Technologies.
The Carlyle subsidiary has hit the hard-cap on ASP VII and raised $1.2bn for co-investments, with support of LPs such as the California Public Employees' Retirement System.
DWS, which is understood to be in market with its debut fund, recently completed a deal involving Revelstoke Capital Partners portfolio company DataLink Software.
Star Mountain
The tech specialist is among several high-profile private equity firms tapping the secondaries market this year.
One of Wall Street's biggest banks and an M&A goliath has decided it's time to turn its attention to the GP-led market, and it's making its mark.
Fund finance
NAV-based lending facilities can be more effective – and encounter less resistance from LPs – than preferred equity, says head of transactions at Rede Partners Magnus Goodlad.
LGT Capital has now backed two of the largest GP-led deals in Asia this year, having participated in IDG Capital's yuan-to-dollar restructuring in September.
The chairman of BC Partners' investment committee had previously said that single-asset deals and cross fund transactions were 'not worth the headache'.
Managing partner Daniel Benin discusses the firm's €1.6bn fundraise and how the new economy brought about by covid-19 will manifest in the secondaries market.
San Francisco
West coast-based Margaret McKnight had left the Carlyle Group real estate subsidiary in September last year after nearly 14 years.

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