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Norway’s sovereign fund shouldn’t stop at unlisted renewables

Taking its motives at face value, there is no obvious reason for the Government Pension Fund Global not to invest across the wider infra universe.

Sector specialisation: Long delayed in Europe, now gaining traction

As the evolving PE landscape poses challenges for generalists, will sector specialists finally come to the fore in Europe, asks Monument Group's Janet Brooks.

Side Letter: NewQuest’s post-TPG move, DCP duo, PAI pause, Black rock

Asian private equity hots up, crucial questions for impact investors and PAI pauses its latest fund. All in today's brief and for our valued subscribers only.
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Ex-KKR team raises sixth biggest China fund since GFC

The firm was founded by two former KKR partners including David Liu, who was co-head of KKR Asia and chief executive of the firm’s China business until 2017.

CalPERS seeks to restart private equity co-investments

Co-investing by the US's largest public pension has stalled due to challenges around speed of execution.

Private equity basks in ‘golden age’ of returns – report

Private equity performance in recent years has been characterised by shortened time to liquiduty and soaring TVPIs.
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How to avoid conflicts in stapled secondaries deals

Full disclosure and fairness opinions are the best ways to mitigate potential conflicts of interest in stapled deals.

DOWNLOAD: Crucial questions for impact investors

Examine five key issues for impact investors, ranging from whether there is a sufficient opportunity set to what returns LPs might expect to receive.

Side Letter: Goldman cuts PE, CalPERS’ kickstart, peak LBO, reform Down Under

Does PE demand "significant stress capital", have we hit peak LBO funds and can CalPERS press the pedal to the metal on co-investments? Today's brief goes to valued subscribers only.
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Scrap fee disclosure to boost Aussie PE allocations, government urged

The AIC’s 13 policy proposals to the next government are intended to increase the flow of capital to start-ups, SMEs and other high-growth businesses.

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