LPs lukewarm on ESG

Only one-third of LPs describe ESG as a major consideration, but that doesn’t tell the full story, pension funds say.

Why Korea is fertile ground for those seeking new LPs

Ardian has become the latest private markets firm to open an office in a country whose institutional investors are hungry for private markets.

DOWNLOAD: From fees to style drift – what LPs really think

An interactive presentation on how investors are thinking about seven of the most topical issues in private equity today, drawn from Private Equity International's LP Perspectives survey.

Limited partner perspectives in seven charts

The Perspectives survey is one of the most comprehensive analyses of LP sentiment. Here are the charts that tell us what investors think of today's talking points.

How we conducted our LP survey

The institutions involved, where they are headquartered and how much they commit to different asset classes.

Investors want more PE exposure

Private equity is outperforming investors’ benchmarks, encouraging them to increase their allocations to the asset class.

LPs and GPs drive conversation on diversity

Speakers at the PEI Women in Private Equity Forum agreed momentum from both sides is 'unstoppable'. The question is what they hope to achieve and how quickly they get there.

How firms like Blackstone institutionalise private wealth fundraising

Firms hoping to tap high-net-worth capital on a grand scale must navigate regulation, due diligence and liquidity requirements, the firm's Joan Solotar tells PEI.

Japan to invest $18bn in PE and VC via revamped firm

Japan Investment Corporation, a state-backed entity, is planning to launch private equity and venture capital funds next year.

Asian insurers’ alternatives allocation nears $1trn – report

Insurers in the region that have increased their exposure to alternative assets face regulatory changes that may hinder future investments.

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