Shore Capital Partners (Shore), a strategic private equity firm focused on microcap investing in the healthcare, food and beverage, business services, and real estate industries, with offices in Chicago and Nashville, has announced the first and only closings of its fourth institutional healthcare private equity fund, Shore Capital Healthcare Partners Fund IV (HC Fund IV), its first business services fund, Shore Capital Business Services Partners Fund I (BS Fund I), and its first real estate fund, Shore Capital Real Estate Partners Fund I (RE Fund I). HC Fund IV raised USD366 million, BS Fund I raised USD213 million, and RE Fund I raised USD107 million. With these respective closings totaling USD686 million, Shore now manages a total committed capital base of USD2 billion.
“We are thankful and appreciative of the response these funds received from a highly-distinguished group of investors,” said Justin Ishbia, Founder and Managing Partner of Shore Capital Partners. “Our limited partners appreciate our commitment to microcap investing and our ability to bring company founders and entrepreneursthe capital, business development expertise, and industry knowledge to drive transformational growth.”
Source: Private Equity Wire
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