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NPS backed 55 private equity funds and projects last year, bringing the total number of these vehicles in its portfolio to 404 as of December, per its latest annual disclosure.
TPG might unleash its $39 billion mountain of dry powder on public companies. Plus: IR professionals are fielding hours of unexpected LP calls in this heady fundraising environment; and why private equity has an edge in the ESG talent tussle. Here's today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
TPG Partners IX and TPG Healthcare Partners II secured $10.6bn, or 57% of their combined target of $18.5bn, CFO Jack Weingart said in the firm’s Q2 2022 earnings call.
Investor report H1 2022 private equity
Dig deeper into how investors are operating in private equity with PEI's analysis of H1 2022 activity.
SoftBank's Vision Funds are set to shed staff after a second consecutive quarter of mammoth losses. Plus: tips for cutting through the greenwash from an impact pioneer and LPs are no longer allocating to credit from their private equity buckets. Here's today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
Carlyle CEO Kewsong Lee steps down. Plus: Apollo believes private wealth could spawn its largest product within just 12 months; Tech investor a16z is turning wealth manager; and details on Carlyle's decarbonisation-linked financing programme. Here's today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
Kewsong Lee, Carlyle fundraising
Former co-CEO William Conway will serve as interim chief; newly formed office of the CEO will help find a permanent successor.
Apollo global wealth
Apollo Aligned Alternatives seeks to eliminate friction points that have stopped high-net-worth investors from embracing alternatives, CEO Marc Rowan said on the firm’s Q2 earnings call.
London UK
New fund structures and solvency requirements could lay the groundwork for a wave of emerging managers in the UK, write Adam Palmer and Andrew Poole of governance consultancy ACA Group.
Hamilton Lane expects retail investors to take a pause over the summer months. Plus: a study shows venture capital secondaries is far larger than you might have thought; and private equity is targeting recruitment businesses to capitalise on the talent crunch. Here's today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
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