Japan Post Bank eyes more co-investments and club deals

The Japan's biggest PE investor sets sight on more co-investment in the increasingly competitive PE market.

Japan Post Bank said it would pay more attention to co-investment or club deals.

It plans to allocate over 70 percent of its private equity program to primary investments while between 20 to 30 percent to secondaries and the remainders to co-investments in its three-year target plan.

Currently, it allocates three percent of its total assets to alternative investments, including private equity.

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