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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.

Capital Dynamics hires Goldman exec for strategy expansion – exclusive

Bryn Gostin, a former attorney, has joined the firm as head of product development and strategic initiatives.

Secondaries firms shun Abraaj stake sales

The emerging markets private equity investor has tried to offload GP commitments to a number of its funds.

Vettivetpillai lays out plans for LGT Impact

The former Abraaj managing partner left the embattled firm in April to run the impact investing arm of asset manager LGT Group.

Denmark PKA AIP: selecting top GPs is crucial

Anette Eberhard, who will oversee private equity at the alternatives manager of the Danish pension, talks about the team's expansion plans, new mandates and direct investments.

Secondaries’ new $6.3trn player

Why BlackRock is now entering the fray.

Glendower leads $530m US GP-led

The Deutsche Bank spin-out has led a consortium comprising Blackstone, Hamilton Lane and GCM Grosvenor that backed a deal involving six of Argonne Capital's assets.

Denmark PKA AIP: selecting top GPs is crucial

Anette Eberhard, who will oversee private equity at the alternatives manager of the Danish pension, talks about the team's expansion plans, new mandates and direct investments.

Secondaries’ new $6.3trn player

Why BlackRock is now entering the fray.

MVision senior executives launch private credit firm

Meteor5 Capital, which counts Mounir Guen, Loren Boston and Spanish private equity veteran Javier Loizaga among its partners, is raising a fund to back emerging managers.

The rifle-shooter who became Investcorp’s co-chief executive

Meet Hazem Ben-Gacem, who will take over at the helm of the $22bn Bahrain-listed private investments firm.

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