The corporate has followed its $5bn first Latin America fund by channelling $3bn into a Fund II which may be boosted by external investment.
Japan-headquartered internet and telecommunications group SoftBank disclosed yesterday it has allocated $3bn to a second Latin America-focused fund. The corporate launched a $5bn first fund in early 2019 focused on the region, and the unit is headed by its chief operating officer, Marcelo Claure. The $3bn represents Fund II’s initial allocation, but SoftBank is exploring…
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