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Katrina Lau

Katrina Lau is a reporter for Private Equity International based in Hong Kong. Before joining PEI in 2023, she worked for a local television broadcast reporting on daily news. Originally from Malaysia, Katrina holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Sociology from The University of Hong Kong.
Crowded streets of Shinjuku shopping district with commuters
The European specialist expects Japan to be its 'fastest-growing' investor base in Asia over the next 12 months, managing partner Mathieu Teisseire tells PEI.
The Bandra Worli Sea link is a cable-stayed bridge that connects Bandra in the Western Suburbs of Mumbai with Worli in South Mumbai.
Private equity managers have yet to meaningfully access the $529bn of AUM held by India's insurance companies and National Pension System.
Head of The Carlyle Group’s Global Investment Solutions Ruulke Bagijn and Managing Director, Global Head of Primary Fund, Wendy Zhu
AlpInvest chair Ruulke Bagijn and global head of primaries Wendy Zhu tell PEI that the Carlyle secondaries unit is seeing higher quality LP-led opportunities come to market.
PEI 300 2024 suitcase
PEI300's top-ranking GPs have been launching specialised products designed to attract private wealth capital.
NIIF is seeking $1bn for its sophomore fund of funds and plans to expand its private markets business with dedicated secondaries vehicles, managing partner Anand Unnikrishnan tells PEI.
Speaking at the HKVCA's Greater China PE Summit on Monday, Lexington director Niklas Risberg said buyers require discounts and strong GP alignment to get comfortable with the region's higher level of risk.
Watchful Blue Owl at night
The GP stakes giant is seeking $13bn for its sixth flagship, according to PEI data.
Skyline of Mumbai, India
The Mumbai-based manager, which closed a $700m continuation fund in April, will begin fundraising for its 10th flagship this year, PEI understands.
Asia Fund VIII, which closed below target, is TPG’s largest Asia-focused fund, according to the firm's latest earnings call.
The Paris-headquartered firm has opened its fourth regional office to capture additional private wealth inflows and local investment opportunities, Bruno de Pampelonne, executive chairman of Asia, tells PEI.

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