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Alex Lynn

Alex Lynn
Alex Lynn is a reporter for Private Equity International. Based in Hong Kong, Alex's primary focus is Asian private equity fundraising. Prior to PEI, he wrote for a number of specialist lending publications in London.

Australia’s CHAMP to seek up to A$900m for Fund V – exclusive

CHAMP V Fund would be more than 20% larger than its 2016-vintage predecessor, Private Equity International has learned.
Shanghai, China

Warburg Pincus’s latest China fund: Three things to know

Documents from a US pension provide a glimpse under the bonnet of Warburg Pincus China-Southeast Asia II which is seeking $4.3bn.

PEI 300: How to succeed in the consumer sector

Specialists in the strategy made impressive leaps in the 2019 ranking of five-year fundraising totals
HKVCA tech panel

China’s tech revolution creates diversification headache for LPs

A growing number of Chinese businesses are being marketed as TMT-based, an industry conference in Hong Kong has heard.

APG taps former MetLife director to lead Asian PE activity

The Dutch pension manager has a more than $25bn private equity portfolio.

PEI 300: How to succeed in the consumer sector

Specialists in the strategy made impressive leaps in the 2019 ranking of five-year fundraising totals.
Tokyo

Japan’s J-STAR returns with fourth buyout fund – exclusive

The mid-market specialist is targeting around $386m for its fourth fund since 2006, Private Equity International has learned.
HKVCA China Private Equity Summit 2019

US-China trade war threatens emerging manager fundraising

LPs are opting to back larger, brand-name firms with more established track records in China, an industry conference in Hong Kong has heard.
Vietnam

Warburg Pincus doubles China target as it eyes South-East Asia

The buyout giant's China Fund I had the flexibility to invest in South-East Asia and the latest vehicle is understood to have an expanded mandate for the region.

LPs bearish on PE returns as competition becomes top concern

Concerns over dry powder and pricing have prompted institutional investors to expect diminished performance over the next three years.
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