EQT sets hard cap for EQT IX at EUR 15 billion
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EQT has today set the hard cap for investor commitments of EUR 15 billion for the EQT IX fund. A hard cap refers to an upper limit on the amount of investor commitments accepted as part of the fund. The actual fund size is dependent on the outcome of the fundraising process.
As previously communicated, the target fund size for EQT IX is EUR 14.75 billion and the fund’s investment strategy and commercial terms are expected to be materially in line with the predecessor fund EQT VIII.
Invitation to telephone conference call on Thursday March 19 at 11.30 CET
EQT invites to a telephone conference on Thursday March 19 at 11.30 CET. At the telephone conference, Christian Sinding, CEO and Managing Partner, Caspar Callerström, COO, and Kim Henriksson, CFO, will give a general update and answer questions, among others, around the COVID-19 pandemic (see letter to EQT’s fund investors on EQT’s website).
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