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Deutsche Beteiligungs targets €1.1B for new PE fund

Germany's Deutsche Beteiligungs AG has set up DBAG Fund VIII, a new private equity fund.

It has raised over 1 billion to date and will itself commit 255 million. It will be split into a main fund of 900 million and a top-up fund with 200 million.

DBAG Fund VIII will make equity investments worth between 40 million and 100 million in companies that are valued between 75 million and 250 million.

Deutsche Beteiligungs expects to close the fund in early 2020, and with it anticipates that total assets under management will reach about 2.5 billion.

The fund's predecessor closed on 1.01 billion.