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One Equity Partners raises $1.75bn for mid-market fund

Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

One Equity Partners (OED), spun out of JPMorgan in 2015, has held a final close of its second flagship mid-market fund as an independent private equity manager, One Equity Partners VII, at $1.75 billion in total capital commitments.

OEP closed on the target amount for its largest fund raised to date, bringing the firm's total AUM to $6.5 billion.

Fund VII attracted commitments from a wide range of premier institutional limited partners around the world, including pension funds, financial institutions, family offices, asset managers, fund of funds, insurance companies, foundations, and high net worth individuals.

Investors in the fund include the $66.3 billion Alaska Permanent Fund Corp, Juneau.

OEP Fund VII is investing $30 million to $300 million in health care, industrial and technology companies in North America and Europe.

"We are grateful for the significant support we received from new and existing limited partners in the U.S. and globally as we raised Fund VII, our second institutional fund since we spun out of J.P. Morgan in 2015," said the leadership team of One Equity Partners.

OEP has been actively investing in Fund VII and has made nine platform investments thus far. They include Orion Business Innovation, a fast-growing global technology services firm; Ernest Health, an operator of inpatient rehabilitation and long-term acute care hospitals; MediaKind, a pure-play video software technology company carved out o......................

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