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The world's largest pension fund's private equity fund investments grew almost 30% during the last fiscal year.
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Chief investment officer Damian Graham on why the $60bn Aussie superfund is well-placed to capitalise on attractively priced unlisted assets.
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Australia's private equity market has struggled to find exits and certain sectors have taken a beating from the coronavirus, but there are reasons for Australian firms to be optimistic.
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A change in the rules allowed members to withdraw almost A$16bn from their accounts in the wake of covid-19. Is the sector able to absorb the shock?
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The factors that make fintechs attractive private equity targets remain unchanged against the drop in volume last year, write Robert Ohrenstein and Jeremy Welch of KPMG.
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Hong Kong’s viability as a fund management destination for those eschewing the Cayman Islands could swing on the strength of its carried interest tax reform.
US China trade war
Geopolitical tensions, talk of decoupling and reshuffling supply chains are the private equity giant's biggest concerns, its head of Asia-Pacific tells PEI.
Coronavirus spending
Coronavirus uncertainty and liquidity constraints have made some business owners in the region more willing to sell, head of Asia-Pacific Ming Lu tells PEI.
Third-party group
The German fund of funds manager gathered $150m more than its original target for Fund VIII.

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