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Australian mid-market buyout specialist Tasman Capital ramps up international marketing drive

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Gene Lorenz
Opalesque Industry Update - Tasman Capital, a leading Australian middle-market buyout manager founded by the former senior management team of Nikko Principal Investments Australia today announced that it has selected Geneva-based alternative assets marketing firm MCAM Group to raise capital for the Tasman Capital Partners fund internationally.

The private equity fund’s target size is A$200 million with a hard cap of A$300 million, and will be targeting deals in the Australian and New Zealand lower middle market with an enterprise value under A$100 million. Tasman Capital will focus on MBO/MBI transactions, turnaround investments, roll-up and aggregation plays and expansion capital as well as engage in public-to-private transactions on an opportunistic basis.

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