Mental health care provider membership network Alma has picked up a $130m Series D investment round led by private equity major Thoma Bravo.
Cigna Ventures and existing backers Insight Partners, Optum Ventures, Tusk Venture Partners, Primary Venture Partners and Sound Ventures also took part in the round, which more than double’s Alma’s total funding to over $220m.
The firm is currently in the market raising its fifteenth flagship fund, and has collected a $100m commitment from PennSERS and up to $150m from the Texas County & District Retirement System. The firm closed its $17.8bn-Fund XIV vehicle in 2020.
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