Tampa, Florida-based Osceola Capital announced the final closing of Osceola Fund I, which was oversubscribed, closing at its hard cap of $125 million.
The firm, which had targeted $100 million, has secured commitments from leading global public pension plans, financial institutions, a university endowment, family offices and several high-net-worth investors.
“It is exciting to partner with top tier collection of institutions, family offices and individual investors and we look forward to continuing to execute our strategy on their behalf,” said Osceola Managing Partner Michael Babb.
An earlier first close allowed . . .
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