While the demand for expat investment professionals seems to be dwindling in Asia, their operational value-add remains unrivalled.
The $1.16trn Japanese pension fund may be about to make its first PE investments
How private equity funds of funds are being forced to reinvent themselves
Harvard is looking for a new private equity chief — again — after the surprise departure of Lane MacDonald
A growing number of unconventional groups are changing the rules of private equity investing. The industry’s traditional LPs must adapt – or risk losing their seat at the table.
Pye is unpleasantly surprised to learn the identity of his new boss
AlpInvest on Carlyle, fundraising and finding new ways to win.
One of the private equity firm's portfolio companies successfully launched a rocket into space.
Dealflow is starting to pick up in Korea as the country’s flabby chaebols are forced to get in shape.
The Beijing-based team at CVC Capital Partners led the charge on improving Jintian's efficiencies and driving regional expansion.
China's state-owned enterprise promise big returns for PE investors, as well as a big challenge.
Unconventional fund structures are the best way to ride Asia’s volatility, according to one Hong Kong-based firm.
Last month UK-based Gresham said it would reduce its team, raise a smaller fund and do smaller deals.
Despite increased private equity interest, including a new dedicated fund launch, the mining sector is unlikely to go mainstream.
Hundreds of female private equity professionals will attend the Women’s Private Equity Summit in California this month.
KKR's decision to liquidate two retail funds has grabbed the market's attention, though it may be just a blip.
Investors’ search for yield pushed the issuance of European high-yield bonds last year, with even the mid-market feeling the benefits.