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Alex Lynn

Alex Lynn is Hong Kong Bureau Chief for PEI Media. He previously covered the EMEA region from PEI's London office, where he was shortlisted for State Street's Journalist of the Year - Alternatives 2018 and 2019. Alex has a master's degree in Journalism from Kingston University and can be found tweeting at @alynnpei.
Xiang-Dong XD Yang Carlyle
The Washington DC-headquartered firm expects to be opportunistic in Chinese private equity over the next six to nine months, Xiang-Dong Yang tells PEI.
Singapore skyline Vertex Temasek
Vertex SEA Fund V would be almost 50% larger than its 2019-vintage predecessor and will double down on existing investments, PEI understands.
SuperReturn Asia 2022 Ajit Singh Houston CIO
The $5.2bn public pension will look towards other markets in Asia-Pacific rather than pulling out altogether, CIO Ajit Singh tells delegates at SuperReturn Asia.
Illustration of people using technology
A trio of private equity giants with enormous existing LP bases are using digital securities platforms to unlock new sources of capital.
Jean Salata BPEA
BPEA Fund VIII raised $11.2bn from 180 investors, 70 of which were new to the firm, Baring chief executive Jean Salata tells PEI.
Ivan Chu Jonathan Lau Welkin China Private Equity
Welkin China Private Equity Limited will seek $300m to invest in a mix of secondaries, co-investments and growth equity opportunities.
A regulatory crackdown, ongoing pandemic disruption and an uncertain macroeconomic environment has some investors rethinking their approach to China, write Alex Lynn and Amy Carroll.
HKVCA China Private Equity Summit 2022
BlackRock PEP, HarbourVest, Hamilton Lane and a Hong Kong family office shared tips for Chinese managers on the fundraising trail at HKVCA's China Private Equity Summit on Wednesday 24 August.
The pressure placed on the healthcare sector over the last two years has spurred a wave of digitalisation, and GPs with the right skill sets could benefit from a slew of opportunities.
Korean won
NPS backed 55 private equity funds and projects last year, bringing the total number of these vehicles in its portfolio to 404 as of December, per its latest annual disclosure.

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