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Alex Lynn

Alex Lynn
Alex Lynn is a reporter for Private Equity International. Based in London, Alex's primary focus is European private equity fundraising. Prior to PEI, he wrote for a number of publications in the specialist lending sector.
People arrows maze

Human Capital special: Brexit brain drain is good news for continental PE

European firms could be well-placed to snap up talent from their London-based peers.
London, UK

Three Hills hits €540m hard-cap after opening to institutions – exclusive

The Byron owner is looking to make six to eight additional hires over the next 12 months, founder Mauro Moretti tells PEI.
aerial view of Le Suquet- the old town and Port Le Vieux of Cannes, France

New year resolutions

Almost half of European GPs plan to launch new strategies in 2019 with family offices and HNWIs key sources of capital, according to an IPEM survey.
People arrows maze

Brexit brain drain is good news for continental PE

European firms could be well-placed to snap up talent from their London-based peers.

The Abraaj effect hits fund finance

Banks are changing the way security notices are issued to LPs following the firm’s collapse.
Global Healthcare Medicine Insurance Doctor Concept

Bleak prognosis for UK healthcare

Backers of the sector are concerned restrictions on EU migration post-Brexit could harm its appeal.

Apollo’s private equity funds stung by public market volatility

It largely attributed the drop to publicly-traded portfolio company holdings in Fund VIII, an $18.4bn 2014-vintage.
Technology

Carlyle doubles tech appetite with €1.35bn close

Carlyle Europe Technology Partners IV closed on its hard-cap as TMT-focused funds seek the highest amount among sector-focused strategies.
Mumbai, India

Investcorp moves into India with PE unit acquisition

The deal, which involves the private equity and real estate assets of IDFC Alternatives, is the latest in the firm's efforts to reach $50bn in AUM.
Long-term hourglass

Ex-Obama advisor nears $1.5bn close for Buffett-style long-holds – exclusive

Cranemere Group has raised capital from a Middle Eastern family office, a public US institution and a UK pension, PEI understands.

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