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DOWNLOAD: Why African private equity is worth the wait

Read our interactive presentation to find out why patience pays off when it comes to the continent’s PE opportunities.

Why ‘contrarian’ South Dakota is bearish on PE

The $14.8bn pension manager is slowing its deployment to private equity and other equity-like assets to cut risk.

Japan’s Chikyoren appoints AIC as domestic PE manager

The $217bn pension awarded domestic PE mandates to Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank and Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation last year.

Seven key trends in African private equity

The private equity industry is finding its feet again in the continent after a series of macro shocks.

ILPA to issue guidance on GP-led restructurings

The industry body, which represents $2trn in PE assets, plans to publish an update to its private equity principles as early as this year.

Three waves of change unleashed by the GFC

The short, medium and long-term effects of the collapse of Lehman Brothers a decade ago.

The lessons PE learned from the financial crisis

Ten years on from the financial earthquake, a study vindicates the private equity approach during the downturn. But a new threat looms.

Ten years on: how PEI covered the financial crisis

The September 2008 issue of PEI has some unexpected similarities with today.

Aberdeen Standard: US-China tensions will provide opportunities

Graham McDonald and Wen Tan discuss LPs' fear of missing out and how large tech private equity managers are influencing the market.

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