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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.

Hamilton Lane: The risk of investing in Asia is overstated

Asia private markets have significantly outperformed other regions, particularly in the last five years, according to the firm’s MD and head of international, Juan Delgado-Moreira.

Natixis eyes co-investments, secondaries through $6.7bn FoF merger

Flexstone Partners is set to launch its debut global co-investment fund next year.

Is it Indonesia’s time to shine?

The archipelago is the obvious choice for private equity firms wanting to capture opportunities the young and urban middle class provide.

NZ Super names ex-Future Fund chief strategist as CIO

Stephen Gilmore will join the $27bn sovereign wealth fund in late February 2019.

Changing dynamics provide opportunity in South-East Asia

High growth environments, more companies of investable size and economic reforms make the region the next hotspot for Asia private equity.

Direct investing and North America are top of mind for LPs

Nearly half of global LPs surveyed plan on making direct investments in the next 12 months, says a report by financial technology provider Intralinks.

Is it Indonesia’s time to shine?

The archipelago is the obvious choice for private equity firms wanting to capture opportunities the young and urban middle class provide.

Changing dynamics provide opportunity in South-East Asia

High growth environments, more companies of investable size and economic reforms make the region the next hotspot for Asia private equity.

Global firms seek a piece of Japan carve-out action

EQT and Apollo are the latest to eye Tokyo, but a lack of large deals in the country may pose a challenge.

Four ways CalPERS could reach $13bn in PE deployment – updated

As the US’s largest public pension discusses the plan for its revamped PE programme, we examine how it could hit its target annual deployment range.

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