Sweden’s AP7 is hungry for private equity

Per Olofsson, head of alternatives at the Swedish pension fund, talks about its battle to get fully invested.

Korea’s $567bn NPS appoints CIO after 15-month wait

National Pension Service had been without a CIO for more than a year amid a stream of resignations in its senior executive team.

Inventis: In search of China’s ‘largest’ PE firm

It says it is ‘China’s largest’ private equity firm, with $10bn in AUM, over $14bn raised in the last five years and more than 50 investments made since 2000. But when Carmela Mendoza tried to find out more she found herself chasing shadows.

The value of diversity

Diversity is now recognised as a value-creation driver. Watch market participants talk about what can be done and read the seven steps you need to take to ensure an inclusive workplace.

The new player in the deal team

Operating partners are increasingly involved before a transaction closes.

Carlyle makes diversity a priority with new hire

The private funds manager hired Kara Helander from BlackRock to lead the effort for a more diverse and inclusionary workplace.

AP7’s Olofsson warns of the danger of co-investments

European pensions that have invested heavily through co-investments will be in for a rude awakening if a downturn hits, according to the Swedish pension's head of alternatives.

Ben Meng brings China expertise to CalPERS

The chief investment officer hire returns to the US's largest public pension as it gears up for significant portfolio changes.

WATCH: Rattner on why credit markets are ‘a bit scary’

The former leader of the Obama administration's auto industry restructuring talks to sister publication PDI about his fears for the economy and credit markets.

Aberdeen Standard: US-China tensions will provide opportunities

Graham McDonald and Wen Tan discuss LPs' fear of missing out and how large tech private equity managers are influencing the market.

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