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Rebecca Xu Asia Alternatives
PEI catches up with Asia Alternatives co-founder Rebecca Xu to discuss how regulatory headwinds and geopolitical tensions are impacting LP appetites.
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Asia Alternatives Capital Partners VI will target 20 to 25 fund managers across the region, according to a pension document seen by PEI.
India inflows
Indian pensions have been given the nod to participate in alternative investment funds for the first time.
Make hay
The number of sponsor-led secondaries coming to market this year is expected to be bolstered by fundraising delays, rising demand in China for US dollar commitments and a backlog of transactions.
Munich Allianz private equity fund
The manager expects to begin capital raising for the predecessor fund in the second half of 2021 and is also in market with a co-investment vehicle.
Copenhagen, Denmark
ATP Private Equity Partners, which invests on behalf of the country's largest pension, will raise third-party capital for the first time.
Jose Luis Molina, Altamar
The fund of funds manager plans to expand its high-net-worth offerings and internationalise over the next five years, according to co-chief executive and co-CIO José Luis Molina.
Read the results of the annual awards, voted for by the industry.
More than half of the capital raised for Fund VIII has been earmarked for Asia, the highest proportion to date.
Copenhagen Denmark
ATP PEP will ask GPs to provide an IRR that has been adjusted to compensate for the use of subscription credit lines, managing partner Torben Vangstrup told PEI.

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