Chicago-based Vistria Group raised $2.68 billion for the final closing of its Vistria Fund IV, which includes a $180 million commitment from the firm’s principals and operating partners.
The oversubscribed fund closed at its hard cap with an aim to invest in U.S.-based healthcare, education and financial services companies that can benefit from Vistria’s network, operating expertise and policy perspectives.
“When we founded Vistria more than eight years ago, we thought there was an opportunity to build a next generation investment firm that focused on building important businesses for . . .
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