Olympus Raises $1.5B P.E. Fund

Jun 27 2007 | 12:28pm ET

Olympus Partners has raised $1.53 billion for its fifth private equity fund, Olympus Growth Fund V, with capital commitments from its institutional investors. 

Olympus is a generalist p.e. shop investing in a variety of industries including healthcare services, financial services, consumer products and business services. “We are very pleased and grateful for the continued support of our investors, many of whom have been with us the nearly twenty years since our formation,” said managing partner Rob Morris.

Olympus was founded in 1988 and currently manages over $3 billion in institutional assets.


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