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domino effect
Despite political headwinds and macroeconomic concerns across the continent, European giants are returning to market with record targets.
Flight to safety in Hong Kong
The region’s macro-economic headwinds are unlikely to be solved overnight – a trend that could benefit Asia’s largest funds.
Happy holidays
Private Equity International will be back on 2 January.
PEI Future 40
In May, PEI compiled a list of 40 individuals under 40 set to shape the asset class over the next decade.
There’s no shortage of growth equity in the world right now.
A picture of Elizabeth Warren on a purple background
The political spotlight on private equity compelled industry leaders and associations to speak up on the perils of the Stop Wall Street Looting Act and step up their defense for the asset class.
The buyout giant held a close on Fund X in July, according to a document prepared for Public School Employees’ Retirement System.
Road in Beijing, China
Private equity fundraising and investment activity has suffered amid concerns over the trade war, China’s debt problem and domestic regulation.
The London-based special sits firm has raised the lion’s share of the capital for its fourth vehicle from existing LPs.
Africa Leopard fur
Big money is needed to move the needle on the continent, but it’s still a tough sell for institutional investors.

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