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Dag Skattum BlackRock
Dag Skattum, Europe head of the asset manager's Long Term Private Capital fund, says family- and privately owned companies are attracted to a more flexible type of capital.
Precipitous drop in California
Negative returns in credit, funds of funds and emerging markets dulled the $402bn institution’s PE performance last year, investment committee documents show.
The UK-headquartered firm is set to hold final closes this month on two northern European mid-market focused vehicles, Genesis 9 and Saturn 2.
Private equity, which still offers the largest carry and salary, typically pays lower bonuses, according to research by salary comparison firm Emolument.
Asset allocators often assume diverse managers are impact investors, says NAIC president Robert Greene.
Secondaries transaction volumes exceeded $80bn for the first time, but slower growth in parts of the market has put a check on over-exuberance.
Pharmaceutical business
The Singaporean firm held the final close on Quadria Capital Fund II on $595m after raising its hard-cap from $500m, managing partner Abrar Mir tells PEI.
Tokyo, Japan
Yasuyuki Tomita, who was promoted from DBJ Asset Management last year, will oversee the development of a growth equity platform targeting domestic SMEs.
Saul Goodman
Who had the biggest effect on the industry in 2019? This year the award goes to an advisor for the first time.
Mumbai, India
The group did the same for Tata Capital Growth Fund II, which is expected to hold a final close below target in H1 2020.

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