Although the US government remains partially shut down, private investors seem largely unfazed. Some initially feared that the limited operations of the SEC and other government entities would derail the recent momentum in the IPO market, but Re/Max still debuted on NYSE and Twitter revealed its $1 billion IPO plan. Depending on the duration of the shutdown, however, there may be future implications for medical device makers, other industries, and SBIC-backed lending. Most eyes seem to be on the looming debt-ceiling.
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Leeds Novamark Capital has announced its debut fund has closed on over $130M in committed capital to date. The fund is expected to have its final close in 2014. Leeds Novamark is targeting investments of $5M to 25M in companies with at least $2M EBITDA and is open to backing both private equity sponsor-backed transactions as well as management owned or family businesses. The fund is focused on business and information services, government services, healthcare services, financial services, consumer products and services, niche manufacturing, and education.