Harvey Schwartz, Carlyle Group
The appointment of Harvey Schwartz as chief executive takes away 'uncertainty about our path forward', interim CEO Bill Conway said on the firm's latest full year earnings call.
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A total of 1,520 funds closed in 2022, raising $727.3bn between them – this is down from the $829.8bn raised in 2021, according to PEI data.
For a successful ELTIF take-up, industry participants must strike a balance between flexible product rules and adequate investor protection.
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NewVest seeks to change how investors gain exposure to private markets with the launch of its private markets index fund.
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While capital raising across strategies 'tends to ebb and flow, the overall path of travel is towards more alternatives', says Blackstone’s president and COO.
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The firm’s Europe heads discuss portfolio diversification and how to manage evolution and generational change.
Some sponsors are in liquidity binds because they must wait longer to get carry.
The European giant says capital from private banks, family offices and aggregators could one day account for between 20% and 30% of its AUM.
Pick up some tips for complying with the SEC's books and records rules from RCW's experts.
Valuations, conflicts of interest and compliance with the new Marketing Rule will be key areas of focus for SEC examiners
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The European giant aims to increase the share of private wealth capital in its closed-ended products, which stands at under 10%.

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