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Carmela Mendoza

Carmela Mendoza is a senior reporter for Private Equity International. Based in PEI Media’s London office, she covers Asia-Pacific and Europe for both PrivateEquityInternational.com and PEI magazine. A graduate of Ateneo de Manila University, 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.

Why GPIF’s Hiro wants better alignment, not lower fees

Hiromichi Mizuno was tasked with guiding the world's largest pension fund into alternatives. He tells PEI what he learned in his four-year tenure.

Amundi aims for €10bn in PE assets by 2020 – exclusive

Amundi Group’s asset management arm plans to raise more capital from LPs and make strategic acquisitions in boutique firms.

Why GPIF’s Hiro wants better alignment, not lower fees

Hiromichi Mizuno was tasked with guiding the world's largest pension fund into alternatives. He tells PEI what he learned in his four-year tenure.

EBRD set for €10bn investment breakthrough in 2019

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is set to invest its largest amount in public and private markets this year, according to its director of equity funds.

Navab plots the largest-ever debut fund

Navab Capital Partners has a $3bn target for its inaugural fund, which would be the largest ever debut private equity fund raised by an independent firm.

Private equity basks in ‘golden age’ of returns – report

Private equity performance in recent years has been characterised by shortened time to liquiduty and soaring TVPIs.

KKR, TPG, Partners Group, first adopters of IFC’s impact principles

The Operating Principles for Impact Management, published by the IFC, set a clear common market standard for what constitutes an impact investment and addresses concerns about 'impact-washing'.
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Japan Special: The biggest challenge for Japan’s private equity industry

A shrinking workforce and lack of experienced investment professionals are threatening the future of institutional investor capital in the country.

Temasek-backed Jolt Capital plots latest fund – exclusive

The European tech-focused manager is eyeing more than double the figure it raised for its predecessor vehicle in 2017.

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