Aliter launches £134m private equity fund targeting support services

£134m invested already

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Aliter Capital, a private equity investor in the UK support services sector, has completed fundraising for its second fund, Aliter Capital II, with £134m invested already.

The Aliter Capital II Fund is backed by a consortium of US and European institutions, including pension funds, funds-of-funds, university endowments and charitable foundations.   Aliter's founding partners have also made a significant financial commitment to the fund, according to the company. The investment strategy is to create professional, medium-sized operators across the UK support services sector. Hunt's dividend and CGT 'tax raid' unlikely to skew investor behaviour This is done through the acquisition and integration of smaller businesses and organic growth. Aliter h...

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