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Tom Barrack: Courting controversy

What’s the king of real estate doing backing a Hollywood film studio?

What lies ahead for China private equity

As China’s top officials gathered on Wednesday to kick off its 19th congress to outline its priorities over the next five years, industry watchers tell PEI what’s at stake for private equity.

Japan private equity deals in 4 charts

Private equity carve-outs of Japanese conglomerates has lifted Japan deal flow to a record $23.9bn in 2017.

Malaysia’s EPF to increase co-investments

The Employees Provident Fund of Malaysia wants to increase its exposure to private equity via the strategy in order to boost returns.

Terra Firma’s King: Brexit is disrupting business

Brexit is a large contributor to challenges that have plagued Terra Firma’s portfolio company Four Seasons Health Care, he said at a PEI conference in New York.

Goldman earnings boosted by PE gains

Corporate performance and exits for private equity investments helped grow the bank's third quarter equity revenue more than 50% year-on-year.

GTCR in five charts

Following the close of the Chicago-based firm’s largest-ever fund on $5.25bn, Private Equity International takes a look at GTCR’s performance and strategy.

Carlyle, Oppenheimer JV expands access to private credit

The JV, which will target retail investors, will start operations next year, with Kamal Bhatia and Mark Jenkins as its co-heads.

Prudential on fees, credit lines and co-investment

The insurer's head of alternatives is a fan of private equity, but wants to put the capital to work on his own terms.

HarbourVest to back Innova restructuring

The deal involves the Polish private equity firm's 2010-vintage fund and investors have the option to sell or roll over into a new vehicle.