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The pension giant’s PE portfolio suffered an almost $5bn annual drop in net income due in part to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Fund age, available cash reserves and the sharing of carried interest can have a big impact on GPs having to return performance fees.
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The operationally focused firm is closing in on the $13bn target for its latest flagship during a tough fundraising environment.
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The US pension's chief investment officer said the $17bn fund had enough cash on hand to handle the increased drawdowns.
Business people passing baton
Sponsor-to-sponsor deals, a steady source of dealflow for GPs, usually generate favourable returns so long as the market cooperates, according to a report from Adams Street Partners.
Ryan Levitt
Ryan Levitt joins fellow Pomona alumni Olver Gardey to help manage ICG's $1bn listed PE vehicle.
Some of the key talking points and takeaways from the largest gathering of private equity operations professionals.
PEI 300 - The biggest private equity firms
This year’s PEI 300 ranking is record-breaking and sees Carlyle snatch back the crown. Is private equity in a second golden age?
Former BVCA head and founder of Time Private Capital Mark Florman talks due diligence on emerging managers, problematic performance metrics and why all managers should publish an annual report.
Why it can be problematic to connect a GP-led secondaries deal to a primary fundraising.

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