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KKR's latest hire shows that nanny knows best
Private equity gets ready to give a real tri a try.
The energy specialist's mega-fund gambit shows how a shift in strategy can derail performance.
The London and Lancashire Pensions Partnership has ambitions for more direct and co-investments.
Andreas Beroutsos describes how his five-year plan for CDPQ is bearing fruit, and why his Canadian firm is at the top of its game.
Public pension executives have written a letter to the SEC urging tougher rules on disclosure practices.
Fund managers and other market players are riding a wave of capital from individuals keen to take advantage of private equity returns.
While New York City demonstrates the power of public incentives to bring about energy change, the UK shows how damaging the state can be when commitment evaporates.
As some of private equity's biggest names near retirement, many GPs are in the midst of transition.
The government has launched its promised consultation on revising archaic limited partnership legislation.
Charterhouse Capital Partners boosted EBITDA by around 60% before sealing a 5.25x exit through an IPO and share sales.
The pension fund is reinforcing its commitment to alternative assets.
The investment manager has bet heavily on large cap managers, but is it missing out on other opportunities as a result?
China is one of the world's most challenging places to invest. But the opportunities are too good to ignore.
High net worth individuals and family offices have doubled their share of PE capital under management in five years.
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Fadi G Samman, a partner at Akin Gump, offers his tips on how to ease the transaction process.
Restructurings can be an innovative way to offer liquidity to LPs seeking exits.
From Basel III to AIFMD, the list of regulations is growing and the secondaries market is feeling their impact.
As secondaries strategies to attract LPs become more diverse, Marine Cole reports on three firms that stand out.
With some local knowledge, the Asian market has opportunities for the seasoned investor.
Secondaries have become a valuable tool for managing private equity portfolios, and the trend is spreading across the Atlantic.
Now more than two decades old, the secondaries market is ensuring robust returns for firms.
When it comes to ESG standards, GPs operating in developed economies could learn a thing or two from African managers.
Clifford Chance's Spencer Baylin, global head of emerging markets private equity, talks about negotiating the regulatory landscape.
Investors in sub-Saharan Africa are turning their attention to the Francophone region.
Fundraising for Africa got off to a flying start in 2015. However, GPs in the region shouldn’t bank on an easy ride.
With annual GDP growth of 5 percent, sub-Saharan Africa is shaking off its poor economic reputation and opening up to PE.