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Secondaries sentiment down amid bright H2 picture

New managers are up, secondaries are down and co-investments remain popular in the latest version of the Rede Liquidity Index.

AP7’s Olofsson warns of the danger of co-investments

European pensions that have invested heavily through co-investments will be in for a rude awakening if a downturn hits, according to the Swedish pension's head of alternatives.

Secular trends drive PSP’s entertainment investment debut

The Canadian pension has teamed up with Investcorp to invest in UTA in a deal valuing the talent agency at up to $800m.

DOWNLOAD: PEI’s H1 fundraising report

Europe-focused buyout strategies were the bright spot in the first half of 2018, according to PEI’s H1 fundraising data. View the report for H1 figures broken down by strategy, sector, fund size and region.

LP of the future: taking more control

Investors will increasing eschew commingled funds for direct or co-investments.

Acanthus’s Wilkinson: heady fundraising environment hides GP ‘pain’

Some managers are giving away more favourable terms to LPs as it becomes harder to stand out from the crowd, according to a PEI Rainmaker.

Ardian seeks $12bn for secondaries

The investment firm is seeking a record-equalling amount for the strategy.

Dissecting the limited partnership agreement

The fundamental building block of the relationship between a manager and its investors is changing, but how is it best negotiated?

Korea Post seeks overseas PE firms for $200m co-investment

Applicants must make a minimum 1% GP commitment of the total fund size.

Turkven: ‘I wish we could attract the Norwegian oil fund to Turkey’

The founder of Turkven, Seymur Tari, on the role of sovereign wealth funds and why regulatory fears around Turkey are unfounded.

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