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Sunaina Sinha, Cebile Capital

VIDEO: Five things to know when raising a larger fund

How large should your next fund be? In this two-minute video Cebile Capital managing partner Sunaina Sinha shares five points GPs need to consider before increasing their fund size.
Venturous Smart City

Meet the Chinese family office raising a PE-RE hybrid fund

The ex-founding partner of Fidelity Asia Ventures has merged with a Hong Kong investment advisory to develop 'smart cities' across China.
Impact investing

Three things to know about KKR’s Impact Fund

Capital raised for the firm's first dedicated impact vehicle will make investments under $100m in companies focused on workforce development, agtech, water and energy.
Investcorp entering Japan

Investcorp in ‘early stages’ of developing Japan strategy

Global managers including Apollo and Pantheon have opened Japan offices in recent years.
Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong

CITIC raises fourth-largest-ever China-focused fund

Among domestic managers only Baidu Capital, Boyu Capital and China Development Bank have raised larger vehicles.
money

Brookfield hauls in over $8bn for its latest PE fund

The asset management giant is targeting as much as $9bn for its fifth flagship private equity vehicle.
Bob Brown

Fundraising veteran Bob Brown leaves Houlihan Lokey – exclusive

The co-founder of BearTooth Advisors has resigned a year after his firm was acquired by the investment bank.

Australian private equity in five charts

Australia saw robust fundraising and investment activity last year, with a noticeable fall in IPOs and private placements as trade sales cemented their place as the exit route of choice.

Glendower raises one of the largest first-time PE funds

Glendower Capital Secondary Opportunities Fund IV has held a final close on $2.7bn, above its target of $2.5bn, leapfrogging two Chinese GPs to the top spot.
Chart, decline

Hurdle under threat as managers question one-size-fits-all approach

The share of PE firms that removed the hurdle rate doubled in 2019, while only 60% of funds are sticking with the standard 8% preferred return.
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