Pantheon hoard proposes offer to raise £100m

May 2007
Fund Strategy;5/21/2007, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the proposal made by the board members of Pantheon International Participations (Pip) to raise 100 million pounds through offering an ordinary share to investors in Great Britain. The accumulated amount will be used by the private equity investment trust to fund purchases in its secondary program. Andrew Lebus, managing partner at Pantheon Ventures, suggested that Pip must have at least 30% of its asset for the secondary program.


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