Goldman Sachs Set to Raise $15 Billion for Mezzanine Debt Fund – Bloomberg

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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is set to close its latest mezzanine debt fund with roughly $15 billion of firepower, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
The fund, GS Mezzanine Partners VIII, topped its initial target of $12.5 billion. Mezzanine financing ranks in between senior debt and equity funding in the pecking order of repayment if a business fails. The lender assumes more risk compared to buying other forms of debt, but receives a higher yield in return.


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