German mid-market feels the heat as family offices give chase

Four out of five Germany-focused managers believe family offices are making life more difficult for private equity funds, according to research by DBAG.
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What NYCRS looks for in a GP

David Enriquez, head of private equity for the pension system, shared three things GPs should be aware of when seeking capital.

PE firms turn to ILPA to boost transparency

Delegates at the CFOs & COOs Forum 2019 said at least 70% of them are being asked by at least some investors to use the ILPA reporting template.
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CalSTRS may face uphill climb in directs build-out

The Californian pension will consider hiring an additional 12 direct investment professionals at a time when public institutions are finding it hard to draw top talent.
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NYCRS’ Enriquez: launching PE co-investment team is ‘priority’

The most appropriate model for the $200bn pension system is probably not the Canadian approach, David Enriquez, head of private equity, told PEI.

GP interests: Niche work if you can get it

Funds that buy stakes in private equity firms are hot property; but growth in that segment is naturally constrained.
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Hermes: Emerging managers set to drive PE returns

The largest funds will become diversified, low-risk vehicles for large-scale deployments, said partner Elias Korosis at IPEM.
Cannes, France - July 3, 2017: A view of the Vieux Port, the Old Port of Cannes, and Le Suquet district, the old town, in the background

StepStone Europe head: responsible investment is ‘challenge of the future’

The next generation of investors are increasingly interested in how returns are made, rather than just how big they are, partner David Jeffrey tells the IPEM conference in Cannes.

Inside the Netherlands’ first asset manager JV

The joint venture includes airline group KLM's pension fund, the Dutch railways retirement scheme and Achmea.

CIC: need for stable returns drives our private investments

China Investment Corporation president and vice-chairman, Tu Guangshao, explains why the sovereign wealth fund is increasing its alternative investments.

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