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Alex Lynn

Alex Lynn
Alex Lynn is Asia Editor for Private Equity International in Hong Kong. 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. He has a master's degree in Journalism from Kingston University and can be found tweeting at @alynnpei.
Tokyo skyline at night in Japan
Japan’s regional banks have been expected to be a key source of secondaries dealflow after piling into alternatives over the past decade.
65 Equity Partners intends to raise third-party capital in future vintages, Temasek president Tan Chong Lee says.
Korean won
Though it is rare for a buyout shop to go public in Korea, STIC Investments will join a handful of listed venture capital firms in the country.
Early mover ADDX is providing accredited investors with access to blue chip private equity funds, including Partners Group’s €5.5bn Global Value SICAV.
Gianluca D'Angelo (left) and Jackson Chan, co-chief executives of Thrive Alternatives
Thrive Alternatives has developed proprietary software to advise on primary fundraisings, secondaries transactions and strategic advice mandates.
St Basil Cathedral Moscow Russia
That Elbrus has reached this fundraising milestone is impressive, with Russian private equity still reeling from the outcome of the the Mike Calvey case.
Aerial view of skyscrapers in Corniche bay in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Turquoise water in the front and blue sky in the distance combined with building exterior in the middle.
The sovereign fund giant expects competition to remain fierce or even accelerate next year, as continuation funds and SPACs add to the mountain of dry powder chasing deals.
Hong Kong Stock Exchange
The Hong Kong-headquartered firm is seeking $8.5bn for BPEA Fund VIII, according to documents prepared for Rhode Island State Treasury.
Lines connected from Tokyo to several cities around the World.
Silicon Valley GPs are urging international LPs to back their larger growth funds in lieu of VC offerings due to capacity constraints, Masashi Kataoka, head of the $350bn insurer’s venture unit, tells PEI.

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