Hamilton Lane: ‘Asia is as boring as it gets’

Asian private equity is maturing and starting to mirror the western markets, says Hamilton Lane’s Juan Delgado-Moreira.

LACERA seeks secondaries advisor in line with strategic change

The $48bn pension fund has proposed giving its CIO freedom to sell up to $500m in fund stakes per year without needing board approval.

LISTEN NOW: Salovaara on the impact of credit facilities

Finnish LP Katja Salovaara on how subscription credit lines have made life trickier for investors in private equity.

Privately Speaking: What Ilmarinen learned from the financial crisis

The Finnish pension's Katja Salovaara reflects on the last downturn and how firms should prepare for the next big shock.

Tata Capital: ‘Expect to see more Indian LPs in private equity’

Bobby Pauly, partner at the private equity firm, explains how India’s LP community is beginning to embrace the asset class.

CIC to increase US direct investments, healthcare deals

China’s $813bn sovereign wealth fund wants to make more investments in technology, manufacturing and infrastructure companies in the US, according to chairman Tu Guangshao.

Roc Partners to close Asia fund over 50% short of target – exclusive

The firm is set to close its third pan-Asian vehicle on $130m, against an original target of $300m.

Decoding the CalPERS request for information

After rumours the US’s largest public pension fund was planning to outsource its private equity business, CalPERS has launched a search for potential partners. Here’s what we know so far.

Danske back in business with double partner hire – exclusive

The Danish bank’s private equity hires include a director from ATP Private Equity Partners.

China insurance regulator gets tough on PE investments

Chinese insurers’ asset management arms are now prohibited from investing in domestic private equity funds that offer fixed returns.