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|| Abu Dhabi Capital Management closed its private equity fund at $45 million

adcm.jpgAbu Dhabi Capital Management has announced the final closing of its first fund, the ADCM Secondary Private Equity Fund, at $45 million.

The Fund is the first secondary private equity fund that mainly focuses on investing in secondary private equity funds in the MENA region. The firm is headed by Jassim Alseddiqi. They have already completed two transactions in the Middle East and North Africa region and one in the US.

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