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Hall of Fame #3: Advent International GPE V

The third Hall of Famer is the 2005-vintage fifth fund from Boston-headquartered firm Advent International.

Bain eyes Q2 first and final close on Europe V – exclusive

The private equity firm is also expected to begin raising its fourth Asian fund in the third quarter, Private Equity International has learned.

EQT: PE needs to disrupt itself

Being creative and embracing new tools such as Artificial intelligence will be vital for investors in an increasingly competitive private equity industry, writes EQT’s head of equity Christian Sinding.

ILPA: Europe drives strong private market returns in Q2

European PE & VC and secondaries were the standout performers in ILPA's quarterly analysis of net internal rates of return.

Hall of Fame #2: Nordic Capital V

The second Hall of Famer is the 2003-vintage fifth fund from Scandinavian private equity firm Nordic Capital.

Coller Capital’s barometer in five charts

Investors still have a strong appetite for private equity despite concerns about debt and the funding of weak managers.

Emerging markets special: Is the price right?

LPs typically try to price risk in emerging markets differently, leading to a notional return premium. Warren Hibbert, the co-founder of Asante Capital, discusses how it comes about.

The dividing lines of fund finance

When it comes to the use of subscription credit lines, private equity firms will not be able to please all the LPs all of the time.

When less isn’t more

CalPERS is reviewing its strategy of consolidating PE commitments into fewer managers. What will that mean for the industry?

Introducing the private equity Hall of Fame

What are the greatest private equity funds of all time? PEI is pleased to present the HEC Private Equity Value Creation Hall of Fame and reveal its first entrant.