The founder of the firm that tokenised part of KKR's $4 billion healthcare fund this year likens tokenisation to the advent of the personal computer. Plus: EQT's head of capital raising steps down; and UK PE dealmaking plummets. Here’s today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
The US's largest public pension system plans on a major overhaul of its private equity holdings.
Europe-focused funds trail behind other major global regions by capital raising so far this year with just $112.4bn closed.
Secondaries funds face a mighty challenge on the returns front, says the man who created Ardian's FoF business. Plus: Sixth Street's double growth fund close and female-founded VC firms hold their own amid their male counterparts. Here’s today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
Blue Owl Q3 private wealth
The firm has gathered $12.5bn for Dyal Capital Partners V and expects to close on $13bn by year-end.
Council members cite liquidity concerns when debating asset allocation.
ADIA asks how much Ardian is worth. Plus: Apollo Global Management is going on the offensive with $50 billion of dry powder and Partners Group has a newly formalised $37 billion business unit. Here’s today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
The investment consultant is seeking external capital for a secondaries fund, following consultants such as Hamilton Lane and StepStone in managing pooled private markets funds.
In an era defined by uncertainty, how does anyone plan for the year ahead? In this sixth and final episode of Disruption Matters, a panel of experts discusses how they're preparing for whatever 2023 brings.
KKR is looking for new sources of LP capital as US institutions grapple with allocations. Plus: Why diversity matters on the fundraising trail; and the anti-ESG agenda has reached Kentucky. Here's today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.

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