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Co-investments have given the pension plan a greater insight into its GPs, although finding suitable opportunities is ‘threading a narrow needle’, said director of private equity Michael Bailey.
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It's time to vote in the PEI 2019 Awards; co-investments continue to be hot; and fundraise news on BlackFin, Arroyo and DBAG. Here’s today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
Hong Kong
Shirley Ma, who has been tasked with more than doubling the Dutch pension giant's exposure to the region, talks co-investments, GP best-practice and Chinese tech valuations.
Institutional investors are changing policy and hiring more internal talent to increase their co-investments.
Three leading investors give their thoughts on what to expect next year.
Frankfurt, Germany
The German listed firm has received about €1bn of capital commitments and is set to hold a final close on target in the first quarter.
Voting is open for the 2019 Private Equity International Awards; see who made the shortlist and cast your vote here.
Paul Volcker
Coming soon: the shortlists for the 2019 awards will be published later today, so get ready to cast your vote. In the meantime: we take a look at APG's five-year Asia plan; the death of former Fed chief Paul Volcker; and LPs' thoughts on GP relationships and ESG. Here’s today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
Nazo Moosa, a founding team member of Carlyle Europe Technology, will head EIP’s London office and manage the firm’s Europe portfolio alongside co-managing partner Matthias Dill.
Few LPs are prioritising sustainability, and a lack of gender balance in GPs is rarely a deal-breaker.

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