After Britain triggered Article 50 on 29 March, data show UK firms have not yet been hit by post-referendum uncertainty.
A number of US states are seeking to follow California in mandating public funds to disclose carried interest paid to GPs.
Two veteran fundraisers discuss the return of high-net-worth capital, the rise of fund restructurings and a question that has been asked since the mid-90s: is too much money chasing too few deals?
Negotiating a Limited Partnership Agreement can be fraught, particularly when it comes to the issue of where litigation should be heard.
Joe Baratta made his name on Blackstone’s crisis-era investment in Merlin Entertainments Group. As another slowdown looms, we find out where the firm is putting its private equity dollars.
As Réal Desrochers prepares to leave the California pension plan, we revisit our interview with him in 2013 after he’d overhauled CalPERS’s entire approach to private equity.
Fundraising has been strong for a number of years, but the headline figures mask a different picture for those on the ground trying to attract capital.
Fundraising is getting ever faster, so PEI considers which industry fundamentals are driving the change by examining Permira’s latest vehicle.
In a Fundraising Special, PEI examines whether too much money is chasing too few deals.
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