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The fact that Apax Partners shelved plans for its GP-led secondaries process shows that LPs' desire a genuine 'do nothing' option.
The insurer's head of alternatives is a fan of private equity, but wants to put the capital to work on his own terms.
The £60bn UK pension fund believes it can deliver ‘deliver superior after-cost risk-adjusted returns’ by going direct.
A change to the taxation of carried interest is still technically on the cards in the US.
As Private Equity International prepares to announce its Operational Excellence 2017 award winners, we take a look at the investment environment ahead and the importance of operational capabilities.
The SEC has found numerous incidents of firms breaking its Advertising Rule; it has to stop.
Norway’s giant Government Pension Fund Global is wrong to think it is too big and too late for PE.
Why the US Securities and Exchange Commission is once again probing the secondaries market.
The US regulator is getting to grips with the role played by GPs when LPs dispose of fund interests on the secondaries market.
The firm has officially raised the largest private equity fund in history.