In 2002, the firm closed its fourth secondaries fund. At $2.6 billion, it was the largest secondaries fund of its time, with commitments from over 160 financial institutions worldwide. The fund is now completely liquidated.
CIP III (together with its co-investment entities) was capitalised with total commitments of $712 million in 2000. The fund was fully invested in 48 positions at the end of 2001. The fund is now completely liquidated.
In 1998, the firm closed its second secondaries fund. CIP II was the first specialist secondaries fund with a global mandate, with total investor commitments of $240 million. The fund is now completely liquidated.
In 1996, the firm closed its first secondaries fund. CIP I comprised six investment entities advised or co-advised by Coller Capital and/or its related entities. The fund, which had total investor commitments of $84 million, is now completely liquidated.