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Co-investments play a large role in the $246bn pension's 'Collaborative Model,' which seeks to bring more investment activities in-house.
Coinvestments have been a hot topic in private equity as more limited partners seek ways to build direct exposure alongside their trusted GPs in investments.
More investors are progressing from syndicated co-investing to co-underwriting as they seek greater control over their private equity portfolios.
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Here’s how three limited partners are incorporating the strategy into their portfolios.
A white paper from Capital Dynamics shows multi-manager co-investment funds outperform primary vehicles and demonstrate more attractive risk characteristics.
John Vaske is establishing the Singapore government-owned investor as a key player in the North American market.
Manulife office in Hong Kong
The firm appointed Myron Zhu, former co-head of APAC PE at Aberdeen Standard Investments, in August to build out its third-party capabilities in Asia.
Alex Green, Macfarlanes
Reinvesting in a company you’re exiting has obvious benefits for a GP, alongside numerous challenges, writes Macfarlanes’ Alex Green.
Paul revere Statue and the Old North Church, Boston, Massachusetts
Co-investments have given the pension plan a greater insight into its GPs, although finding suitable opportunities is ‘threading a narrow needle’, said director of private equity Michael Bailey.
Hong Kong
Shirley Ma, who has been tasked with more than doubling the Dutch pension giant's exposure to the region, talks co-investments, GP best-practice and Chinese tech valuations.
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