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Technology, fundraising challenges and trade wars were on the menu at the pre-eminent gathering of emerging markets private equity insiders.
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The private equity giant's push into impact investing relies on the GP relationships and fund commitments its Strategic Partners unit has built.
The Future 40
Our Future 40 will look at their baby boomer predecessors with envy… but they have much to be excited about.
justice
As the Abraaj case plays out in the criminal courts, the impact on private equity investors and the GP-LP relationship will become palpable.
Precedent suggests the industry won’t distance itself from the country’s $60bn sovereign wealth fund as a result of its laws regarding homosexuality.
Oklahoma’s TRS is the latest to pay more attention to its private equity managers’ calculations; more scrutiny should be welcomed.
Tokyo Japan
Robust performance and a deep pool of opportunities are drawing GPs and LPs alike to commit more capital to the market.
Fundraisers can now head down to Starbucks for a $100m fund commitment, but what does this tell us about the market cycle?
Conference panels underlined that ESG pressure from large US LPs will only increase, writes Natasha Buckley of UN-supported Principles for Responsible Investment.
Once viewed as a dying breed, here are five reasons why funds of funds will stay relevant and justify that extra layer of fees.
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