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Carlyle, Oppenheimer JV expands access to private credit

The JV, which will target retail investors, will start operations next year, with Kamal Bhatia and Mark Jenkins as its co-heads.

NYSTRS makes room for private debt

The pension plan, which created a specific bucket for credit investments, previously had them in its private equity allocation.

Apollo to deploy $25bn fund with distressed debt focus

Apollo chairman and CEO Leon Black is confident his firm can take advantage of opportunities that would result from a recession in the next few years.

New Jersey revamps rules to boost its credit bucket

The public pension’s global credit allocation cap moved up from 7% to 10% only months after it said it would slow down commitments to private equity.

Fund facilities: To cap duration or not?

TPG’s time cap on fund facilities highlights the heated debate on their use.

Add-backs: ‘some are real, some are fictitious’

Borrowers and sponsors are getting more creative in reporting earnings on mezzanine deals, panellists at Pension Bridge conference said.

KKR’s infrastructure and credit strategies pay off

The new co-COO said the firm has tackled larger debt and equity deals in Asia.

CIO at PSP Investments departs

Daniel Garant left the Canadian pension plan, which has 12% of its assets in private equity, to pursue other career aspirations.

Oaktree nears purchase of Fifth Street

The Los Angeles-based firm is said to be tying up the sale as it rolls out its new senior debt fund.

PSP private equity portfolio marks a loss for 2017

The Canadian pension plan’s private debt, real estate and infrastructure portfolios boosted performance compared with fiscal year 2016.

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