KKR raises $4bn for healthcare fund

KKR touted the close of its second dedicated healthcare growth equity investment fund that will target opportunities primarily in North America and Europe.

The KKR Health Care Strategic Growth Fund II raised $4 billion and follows the firm’s first vehicle that closed in November 2017 with $1.45 billion in capital commitments. The strategy is to invest in health care companies with proven products and services that are seeking a partner to commercialize and scale.

Keeping with a diversified portfolio approach, the latest KKR fund will invest in biopharmaceutical, medical device, healthcare services, life . . .

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