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Carmela Mendoza

Carmela Mendoza is the Asia Reporter for Private Equity International. Based in Hong Kong, she is responsible for generating Asia-Pacific coverage for both PrivateEquityInternational.com and PEI magazine. Carmela joined PEI in 2015 from a digital agency in Singapore where she worked on government websites and publications covering business, trade and industry, transport, and social development.

LISTEN NOW: Hamilton Lane’s Delgado-Moreira on Japan, China and the rise of Asian families

Juan Delgado-Moreira, managing director and head of international at Hamilton Lane, shares his predictions for private equity in Japan and China.

CPPIB: ‘Tech-led GPs to become new normal’

The Canadian pension giant expects GPs that utilise technology in investment and value creation to become the ‘next generation’ managers.

MetLife: ‘Access to GPs in developed Asia still challenging’

Japan, South Korea and Australia remain attractive markets and provide a balance of cashflow and capital gains, says MetLife private equity Asia director Shirley Ma.

Hamilton Lane: ‘Asia is as boring as it gets’

Asian private equity is maturing and starting to mirror the western markets, says Hamilton Lane’s Juan Delgado-Moreira.

Tata Capital: ‘Expect to see more Indian LPs in private equity’

Bobby Pauly, partner at the private equity firm, explains how India’s LP community is beginning to embrace the asset class.

CIC to increase US direct investments, healthcare deals

China’s $813bn sovereign wealth fund wants to make more investments in technology, manufacturing and infrastructure companies in the US, according to chairman Tu Guangshao.

Roc Partners to close Asia fund over 50% short of target – exclusive

The firm is set to close its third pan-Asian vehicle on $130m, against an original target of $300m.

Warburg India head departs to set up firm

Niten Malhan, who has been managing director and co-head of India since 2012, is planning to launch his own investment firm.

Edelweiss seeks up to $1.5bn for stressed assets fund

The Indian manager held a $260m first close in December, in addition to raising $600m from LPs across separately managed accounts.

China insurance regulator gets tough on PE investments

Chinese insurers’ asset management arms are now prohibited from investing in domestic private equity funds that offer fixed returns.