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Alex Lynn

Alex Lynn
Alex Lynn is a Hong Kong-based reporter for Private Equity International focusing on the Asia-Pacific markets. In 2018, he was shortlisted for State Street's Journalist of the Year in the Alternatives category. Prior to PEI, Alex wrote for a number of specialist lending publications in London.
EQT PE fund performance

Performance watch: EQT’s PE funds

Seven charts detailing the Scandinavian giant's private equity performance which was revealed in its IPO prospectus last week.
GP stakes

Goldman eyes 15 GPs with fourth Petershill fund

Details of GSAM's latest fund that will take stakes in private equity managers were revealed in US pension documents.
EQT Japan

EQT plans ‘larger’ Asia fund, mulls co-investment SPVs

The capital from its upcoming IPO will also be used to expand its real estate and credit platforms and launch a venture growth strategy.
Concept of connection as a connected group symbol with different ropes tied and linked together pulling on a metal chain.

Three considerations for aspiring co-investors

There is more to it than fee cuts and growth stories, warn experts at our co-investing roundtable.
Wendy Norris Future Fund

Future Fund’s deputy CIO: We’re placing ‘more emphasis’ on ESG

Australian sovereign fund's executive tells conference investors must adapt and improve their processes to keep up with the influx of capital into private equity
Australia succession risks

How CPE Capital escaped Australia’s succession curse

CHAMP’s decision to rebrand as CPE Capital caps a decade-long transition of leadership from its founders to chief executive John Haddock.
Melbourne, Australia

Why Australia’s Hostplus is piling into venture capital

PEI caught up with Neil Stanford, head of PE at the A$45bn superannuation fund, to discuss its push into Aussie VC and its aversion to large domestic buyouts.
The city skyline of Sydney, Australia. Circular Quay and Opera House.

Private equity firms battle over fewer deals in Australia

Firms have completed just 20 private equity deals in the country this year, well below the 107 signed last year.

Three things to know before investing in Africa

Those eyeing the continent must consider heightened due diligence, early liquidity options and carefully diversified portfolios.
Copenhagen Denmark

Danish pension’s investment arm to quiz GPs on credit lines – exclusive

ATP PEP will ask GPs to provide an IRR that has been adjusted to compensate for the use of subscription credit lines, managing partner Torben Vangstrup told PEI.
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