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Berggruen Justice Fund Raises £900M

The new acquisition vehicle of Nicolas Berggruen, Justice, has raised about £900 million in funding.

The new acquisition vehicle of Nicolas Berggruen, Justice, has raised about £900 million in funding, Financial Times reports. The three founders of the vehicle, Berggruen, Martin Franklin and Bill Ackman, issued 90 million shares at £10 each.

The deal size was increased from an initially planned 65 million shares. Citigroup and Barclays Capital were appointed to arrange the IPO. Justice is seeking to target acquisition with an enterprise value of £1-7 billion.

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