Danish Private Equity fund CataCap II announces first closing

Danish Private Equity fund CataCap which focuses on lower midcap buy outs has succesfully raised enough money in last six months to now announce first closing.

The Danish Private Equity Fund CataCap has succesfully raised DKK 1.2 billion (EUR 161 million) for the manager's second fund, CataCap II, in approximately six months bringing the fund to the stage of first closing.

CataCap is a Danish buy out fund focusing on lower midcap companies in Denmark and functions as an active and engaged owner with a systemic hands-on approach to developing the companies owned by the fund.

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