ReBlog: The Capitalization Report v20.01.12 (Beta)

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  • ATU Partners, a Seoul, South Korea-based private equity firm, has launched its first USD 17M esports growth fund
  • Omega Funds, a Boston, MA-based investment firm focused on backing companies delivering impactful medicines to patients, closed Omega Fund VI, L.P., with $438 million in capital commitments
  • The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (NASDAQ: GT), one of the world’s largest tire companies, launched a new $100 million venture capital fund.
  • The Vistria Group, a Chicago, IL-based private investment firm focused on the middle market, closed Vistria Fund III, L.P., at $1.11 billion
  • Tusk Ventures, a NYC- and Chicago, IL-based venture capital firm, closed its second fund, at $70m
  • Rev1 Ventures, a Columbus, OH-based venture capital firm, launched a $15m life sciences fund
  • EV Growth, a Singapore-based venture capital firm, closed its first fund, at US$250M

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REPOST: The Capital Report v19.11.04

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  • BIP Capital, a venture capital firm active in the Southeastern United States, closed its newest fund, at $101m
  • Motive Partners, a NYC-based investment firm focused on investing in financial services technology enabled companies, closed its inaugural fund, at more than $473m
  • Jungle Ventures, a Southeast Asian early-stage venture capital firm, closed its third fund, at $240m
  • Wireless technology company Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) has launched a $200m 5G investment fund
  • Crestline Investors, Inc., a credit-focused institutional alternative asset manager, closed its first European Opportunity Fund, at $360M
  • Peak Ventures, a Lehi, Utah-based venture capital firm, closed its third fund, at $75m
  • TPG Sixth Street Partners, a finance and investment business with over $32 billion in assets under management, and its TSSP Capital Solutions platform, closed its first Capital Solutions fund, at approximately $2.2 billion of total third-party commitments

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