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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.

Ex-Noah CIO resurfaces at Legend Capital

PV Wang has joined early stage and venture firm Legend Capital as its chief operating officer.

Ireland SWF: ‘Partnerships are critical’

The €8.9bn Ireland Strategic Investment Fund, which manages a tech fund alongside China Investment Corporation, sees direct equity partnerships as vital to its investment strategy.

SWFs go big on tech, healthcare directs – report

Sovereign wealth funds want more exposure to disruptive, tech companies and doubled early-stage investments last year, according to an industry body.

Investcorp acquires placement firm Mercury

The transaction is part of the Bahrain-listed firm’s expansion and global growth plan to boost its AUM to $50bn.

Three things you should know about CalPERS’ new PE head

Greg Ruiz, a former Goldman Sachs exec, will rely on his GP experience to help the US's biggest public pension push into direct investing.

European VC closes on Silicon Valley

Europe has delivered 30 unicorns over the last decade and the region's tech ecosystem has blossomed to the best the industry has ever known.

Pamplona taps AAC partner for Benelux push

The firm has hired Olaf Tensen, a former partner at Dutch mid-market firm AAC Capital, to drive up investments in the region.

Danske PE spin-out SAGA closes debut fund below target

Fund of funds manager SAGA Private Equity will back approximately 16 small and mid-cap buyout funds in Europe and North America.

Europe private equity 2018 in five charts

Fundraising and investment activity in the region hit record highs in 2018 with €97.3bn of capital raised and €80.6bn of deals transacted, according to data from Invest Europe.

Who raised the largest funds in April?

DCP Capital, founded by former KKR alumni, gathered $1bn more than its $1.5bn target for its debut China fund – the largest fund raised inthe month.
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