Despite the government’s efforts to stimulate dealflow, committed capital continues to burn a hole in the pockets of China’s private equity funds.
The decision of the world’s largest pension fund to allocate to private equity might also prompt other Japanese pension funds to follow suit.
Pye's old boss tries to enlist his spying skills to strike back at his new boss
Private equity firms see beyond the short-term metrics of sports, proof lies in Liverpool and now the Milwaukee Bucks.
A new collective fund of funds platform for North American pensions promises dramatically lower fees. But it's probably a little early to be talking about it as a 'game-changer'.
Former SEC lawyer James Kidney received applause after bashing the US watchdog.
Longtime competitors Meketa Investment Group and Pension Consulting Alliance are joining forces to help CalSTRS.
The Robert Smith-led firm bases its hiring off something else besides exam results and experience.
US initial public offerings are well up on last year, with private equity firms accounting for an increasingly large share of activity.
Interest is growing in funds of funds in Latin America, but some argue that most of its markets aren't broad enough for country-specific vehicles.
The antitrust fine levied by the European Commission against Goldman Sachs highlights the challenges of hands-off private equity ownership, writes Bailey McCann
The London Stock Exchange’s High Growth Segment finally has its first member: private equity-backed Just Eat. Will it spark a trend? Thomas Duffell reports
A new study of LDC’s UK investment activities offers a new way for private equity to think about its social impact. But is it really likely to change behaviour? By James Taylor
Gulf Capital helped GMS growing its profits by 11-fold, ultimately netting Gulf a 10x return.
Six industry experts discuss the current secondaries market: activity levels have been high, but could a public market correction bring deal flow to a halt?