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States could fall like dominoes in carry tax ‘fairness fix’

If one US state enacts legislation to tax private equity execs more heavily, a host of others could follow.

Finland’s Keva earmarks investment capital to plug spending gap

Private equity was the pension's best asset class in the first half and could play a key role in filling the income shortfall.

The rise of individual investors: publicly traded GPs

For shareholders, the true appeal of listed fund managers such as Blackstone, Carlyle and KKR lies in their long-term potential.

Secular trends drive PSP’s entertainment investment debut

The Canadian pension has teamed up with Investcorp to invest in UTA in a deal valuing the talent agency at up to $800m.

The rise of individual investors: listed private equity

Listed private equity, which fell out of favour after the financial crisis, has been quietly generating attractive returns in recent years.

Korea’s NPS seeks alternatives managers for $1.9bn domestic mandates

The world’s third-largest public pension fund will also accept foreign GPs’ proposals if they have a presence in Korea.

APAC managers to boost PE funds in product mix

South-East Asia, Japan and China are target markets for asset managers, according to a survey by State Street.

The state of CalPERS’ PE programme in five charts

CalPERS is due to identify a new CIO next month, so PEI's interactive charts outline what he or she is on course to inherit.

The rise of individual investors: collateralised fund obligations

Private Equity International examines CFOs in the first of a series on how retail investors can access private equity.

Alaska’s PE head: why we shy away from mega-funds

There is more long-term value in being a substantial investor in a small or medium sized fund, says Alaska Permanent's Stephen Moseley.

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