In March 2011, Actis was named Latin American Private Equity Fund of the Year by PEI Magazine.
What does LAPEF stand for?
LAPEF stands for Latin American Private Equity Fund (Advent International)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
- Louisiana Association of Planning and Development Districts (Alexandria, LA; regional professionals organization)
- Link Access Protocol on Dm Channel (protocol; Integrated Services Digital Network)
- Link Access Protocol on the Dm Channel (networks)
- Low Altitude Pursuit Dive On Ground
- Laboratory for Automation Psychology and Decision Processes (University of Maryland)
- Local Accountability Professional Development Series (educator training)
- Laboratoire d’Analyse et Prospective Économiques (French)
- Lithuanian Academy of Physical Education (est. 1934; Kaunas, Lithuania)
- Local Alcohol Profiles for England
- Low Altitude Parachute Extraction
- Latin American Physics Education Network (International Union of Pure and Applied Physics)
- Left Atrial Pre-Ejection Period
- Labor And Production Effectiveness Reporting System
- Louisiana Association of Public Employees' Retirement Systems (est. 1985; Louisiana)
- Low-Altitude Parachute Extraction System
- Libera Associazione Periti Esperti Tributari (Italian: Freedom Association of Tax Experts)
- Laser Altimeter Processing Facility (US NASA)
- Link Access Procedure for Frame-Mode Bearer Services
- Local Authorities Pension Fund (various locations)
- Lower Aft Pylon Fairing (aviation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Largest-ever private equity fund dedicated to the region BOSTON, April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Advent International, the global private equity firm, today announced the final close of its Latin American Private Equity Fund V ("LAPEF V" or the "Fund") at $1.
3 billion Latin American Private Equity Fund IV, the region's largest private equity fund, raised earlier this year.
Compass Capital Fund is a Latin American private equity fund based in New York with offices in Argentina, Chile and Mexico.
stated that its Latin American private equity fund is taking a 35% voting stake in Livrarias Siciliano, Brazil's oldest and largest book retailer.