Billionaire Leon Black’s private-equity firm Apollo Global Management has raised a record $23.5 billion for the world’s biggest-ever buyout fund, according to a report. The boffo raise eclipses the previous record set by billionaire Stephen Scharzman’s Blackstone Group, which cobbled together a $21.7 billion fund at the height of the buyout boom in 2007, the...
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JANUARY 17, 2014
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FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - BLACKSTONE LYX FUND LLC
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