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Betting on a roulette table
Fund performance data show the former is likelier to deliver better returns in the US and Asia, while Europe’s homogenous nature gives pan-regional strategies the edge.
Seoul, Korea
Economic concerns have prompted strategic buyers to become more frugal, paving the way for a greater number of secondary buyouts, according to managing partner Chulmin Lee.
domino effect
Despite political headwinds and macroeconomic concerns across the continent, European giants are returning to market with record targets.
idea, opinion
A look back at the highlights from Private Equity International’s Friday Letters this year reveals an industry grappling with scandals, its role in the economy and the question of real alignment.
The pension's PE consultant says the changes will give it 'expanded' options for partners.
As the year draws to a close, PEI data reveals which investors made the most fund commitments over the past 12 months.
Kwek Ping Yong, Inventis
A year since our look into Inventis, its founder and its claims to be ‘China’s largest private equity firm’, new sources come forward with their experiences.
The buyout giant held a close on Fund X in July, according to a document prepared for Public School Employees’ Retirement System.
The London-based special sits firm has raised the lion’s share of the capital for its fourth vehicle from existing LPs.
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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