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Carmela Mendoza is a senior reporter for Private Equity International based in London. She first joined PEI in Hong Kong in 2015 and covered Asia. A graduate of Ateneo de Manila University, she previously worked for a digital agency in Singapore focused on government websites and publications covering business, trade and industry, transport, and social development.
healthcare
The rules, which came into force on 23 June, will enable the UK government to intervene in foreign takeovers of British companies deemed critical in public health emergencies.
Public-to-private deals will be difficult to execute in the short term with publicly traded companies having less visibility on revenues, says Investec’s head of PE client group.
London
The mid-market firm, founded by Edmund Lazarus and Mark Joseph, has held a one-and-done on its latest vehicle.
London
The mid-market firm, founded by Edmund Lazarus and Mark Joseph, has held a one-and-done on its latest vehicle.
Stockholm, Sweden
The target for Fund X is €1.5bn more than the amount it sought for its 2018-vintage predecessor.
Third-party group
The German fund of funds manager gathered $150m more than its original target for Fund VIII.
money
Ardian raised the largest-ever secondaries programme at $19bn and Francisco Partners hauled in close to $9bn across two PE funds.
eFront research
Capital calls in US and European buyout funds fell below 5% in vintages 2017-19, compared with over 15% in the years before the GFC.
Chicago Urban Skyscrapers USA
The investment manager is in market with eight funds including a dedicated Asia fund, a 2020 global fund and its third venture vehicle.
Coller Barometer 2020
Investors think GPs are not taking climate change seriously enough and want more opportunities to interact directly with other LPs, according to a Coller Capital report.
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