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Adam Le

Adam Le
Adam Le is the News Editor for PEI Media's private equity publications, overseeing the flow of global news and analysis for Secondaries Investor as well as sister title PrivateEquityInternational.com. Based in London, Adam works closely with private equity-focused colleagues across PEI's offices in New York, London and Hong Kong. Prior to PEI, his roles included reporting on finance and technology for Bloomberg Japan.

Insurers’ attitude to private equity in three charts

Global firms want to increase their allocations to private equity more than any other asset class.

Is Nordic’s really the world’s largest GP-led secondaries deal?

A lack of industry standards makes measuring the size of secondaries deals tricky in a fast-evolving market.

Coller and Goldman confirm Nordic Capital GP-led close

The close of the deal comes six weeks after sister title Secondaries Investor reported the transaction was set to become the largest-ever GP-led restructuring.

Abraaj too far?

Travails at the emerging markets private equity firm may present a buying opportunity, but it may be too big a stretch for most secondaries buyers.

You can no longer avoid secondaries

There has never been a better time for LPs and GPs to utilise the market.

Carlyle’s De Benedetti: Brexit is causing wait-and-see syndrome

The UK referendum has had an impact on the investment firm's business, according to Marco De Benedetti, co-head of European buyout.

Why Verdane’s buyout fund is an ‘edda-fying’ development

The Nordic firm's Edda fund shows LPs are willing to back new propositions from GPs that can demonstrate an ability to deploy capital in a challenging environment.

APG senior PE exec departs for family office – exclusive

Megan Bethke, a former AlpInvest Partners executive, will join Mousse Partners in April, Private Equity International has learned.

Carlyle’s De Benedetti: Brexit is causing wait-and-see syndrome

The UK referendum has had an impact on the investment firm's business, according to Marco De Benedetti, co-head of European buyout.

Abraaj’s Vettivetpillai departs firm – exclusive

Managing partner Sev Vettivetpillai, a global investment committee member, will leave the private equity firm at the end of April.

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