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Carmela Mendoza

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.
Trinity Church, Manhattan, New York
From Korean VC to Southeast Asia growth funds, Trinity Church Wall Street is seeking managers on an upwards trajectory as it pushes deeper into PE, according to its managing director for investments.
CalSTRS Christopher Ailman
The CIO of the second-largest pension in the US offered his thoughts at NEXUS 2024 on the benefits and harm that generative artificial intelligence could do to investment teams.
Could alternative interpretations of offshoring private equity fund structures spread to other parts of the world?
Underground station in Munich
Jail time, fines and increasing investigations from the local tax authority – in Germany’s largest state, the private equity industry appears to be in a state of fear when it comes to the issue of tax and offshoring.
Panellists speaking onstage at PEI Group's NEXUS 2024 summit
Private equity needs to do more in investor and adviser education, along with creating products that address investors’ liquidity needs, according to panellists at NEXUS 2024.
Panellists on stage at PEI Group's NEXUS 2024 summit
Panellists at PEI Group’s NEXUS 2024 summit discuss the blurring of the lines between secondaries and co-investments.  
Blackstone's Jon Gray on stage at NEXUS 2024
Private markets products geared towards the wealthy require the same standard of care as institutional investor offerings, according to the firm’s president and COO.
GPs should not assume their investors don't require insight into the capital structure of such facilities, according to panellists at NEXUS 2024.
Howard Marks
Speaking at Private Equity International’s inaugural NEXUS 2024 event, Howard Marks warned that investors should brace for lower returns.
Handshake with businesspeople
With some managers looking offshore, and a general election on the horizon, the UK mid-market is undergoing something of an evolution.
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