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EQT's new fund will combine two of private equity's hottest trends: long-hold investing and impact-linked carry. Plus: Japan's government is backing private tech companies and why Canada's latest continuation deal was doubly unusual. Here's today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
Fundraising as of end-September was at its highest since 2008 with some $535bn raised by 965 funds.
Private Equity International's latest fundraising stats show an asset class on track for a record-breaking year. Plus: A look inside KIC's alternatives portfolio and Asia is set to become home to PE's next listed firm. Here's today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
PSERS 18102021
The Harrisburg-based public pension has revealed its private equity pacing plans for FY 2021.
Asia exodus
The investment banking giant is looking to ramp up opportunities in Europe and Asia via its asset management and wealth management units.
Goldman chief David Solomon isn't convinced private equity's frenetic dealmaking will go the distance. Plus: PEI's inaugural DE&I Special Report explores 11 crucial questions for managers to consider when addressing the issue, and BlackRock has tapped a former HSBC boss to lead its APAC wealth business. Here's today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
Poland DFI eyes more PE; BlackRock's Fink on inflation; and key findings from ILPA's latest intelligence report. Here's today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
Poland Development Fund’s investment arm expects to double its AUM by 2025, with up to 40% invested in private equity.
The new hire from JP Morgan will handle Blackstone's financial institution relationships, including the banks that finance its PE operation.
Despite a slight rise in rate expectations, BlackRock's chief executive still sees a 'lower for longer' environment that will be conducive for continued alternative inflows.

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