domino effect
Despite political headwinds and macroeconomic concerns across the continent, European giants are returning to market with record targets.
Flight to safety in Hong Kong
The region’s macro-economic headwinds are unlikely to be solved overnight – a trend that could benefit Asia’s largest funds.
The pension's PE consultant says the changes will give it 'expanded' options for partners.
Through a new vehicle, the Paris-based manager is offering clients of Italy’s largest private banking network access to private debt, private equity, real estate and special opportunities.
The $475bn combined AUM of the firms brings scale across alternative asset classes neither have achieved on their own.
There’s no shortage of growth equity in the world right now.
The buyout giant held a close on Fund X in July, according to a document prepared for Public School Employees’ Retirement System.
Road in Beijing, China
Private equity fundraising and investment activity has suffered amid concerns over the trade war, China’s debt problem and domestic regulation.
The London-based special sits firm has raised the lion’s share of the capital for its fourth vehicle from existing LPs.
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.

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