Thursday, 18 September 2014
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Jul 18 2008 | 8:34am ET
Egeria, an Amsterdam, Netherlands-based buyout shop, has closed its third fund at €500 million (US$792 million). Commitments to Egeria III came from Dutch and international institutions and family offices, including investors from North America and Europe.
Egeria, established in 1997, targets controlling stakes in mid-market Dutch companies with enterprise values between €50 million (US$79 million) and €200 million (US$316 million).
Acanthus Advisers acted as financial adviser and placement agent to Egeria.
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