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CDH: China is on a buyout learning curve

Private equity in the world’s most populous country is moving away from growth capital, says the chairman and founder of CDH Investments.

Three questions with India’s Paragon Partners

The India-focused mid-market firm's Sumeet Nindrajog and Siddharth Parekh discuss their experience raising their debut fund.

India-focused Paragon closes debut fund on $120m

Investors in the first-time manager include Fairfax Group, Small Industries Development Bank of India and Edelweiss Group.

Domestic capital returns to Australian PE

Domestic funding of private equity firms jumped from 17% in FY16 to 63% in FY17, data from the Australian private equity association revealed.

India’s Lighthouse Funds back with third vehicle

The lower-mid market firm has raised $80m so far from existing investors.

EMPEA: RMB fundraising soars in China

Government-backed entities and mainland Chinese investors are the driving force behind the increase in capital raised by RMB-denominated private equity vehicles.

Allegro eyes $300m haul for latest special sits fundraise – Exclusive

The special situations manager has secured commitments from mostly offshore LPs such as funds of funds, European family offices, and US and Asian endowments.

China Investment Corporation in five charts

As the world's second-biggest sovereign wealth fund deepens its US footprint via a $5bn private equity fund with Goldman Sachs, we take a look at its portfolio and strategy.

IFC: Domestic investors betting more on Indian PE

Domestic institutional capital is increasingly being mobilised by India-focused firms, says Nupur Garg, IFC’s regional lead for south Asia.

Chinese institutional investors and HNWIs to up alternatives exposure

Chinese pensions are expected to make a push into alternatives with a 6% allocation by 2030, according to a report by Casey Quirk, a Deloitte-owned consultancy.