Tokio Marine Capital Holds Final Close For Fifth Fund at $466M

Apr 12 2017 | 10:01pm ET

Tokio Marine Capital has raised approximately $466 million in capital commitments for its fifth buyout fund focused on the Japanese middle market.

The new fund, named TMCAP2016, was initially established on October 21, 2016 and counts various institutional investors and pension funds among its limited partners, the company said in a statement. The final tally exceeded the fund’s original target of 50 billion yen, or around $460 million.

As with its predecessor funds, TMCAP2016 will pursue investment opportunities in high-quality mid-cap Japanese companies and enhance corporate value in existing portfolio companies, the company said. 

Founded in 1991 and based in Tokyo, Tokio Marine Capital is a leading private equity investment firm distinguished by its affiliation with the Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance group. 

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