After closing a $12.7 billion fund mere months ago, Tiger Global is planning to go back to market.
The firm intends to raise a new fund this year or next, a personal familiar with Tiger told me in a recent feature story for Fortune. There has already been interest from the firm’s existing LP base, the person says.
While the firm’s public hedge fund has experienced $17 billion in losses this year, there’s a different dynamic in the other, separate side of its business—the private side, where there have been many up rounds and portfolio companies are experiencing significant growth, according to the person.
Read more: Fortune
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