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Warburg Pincus’s latest China fund: Three things to know

Documents from a US pension provide a glimpse under the bonnet of Warburg Pincus China-Southeast Asia II which is seeking $4.3bn.

China’s tech revolution creates diversification headache for LPs

A growing number of Chinese businesses are being marketed as TMT-based, an industry conference in Hong Kong has heard.

Insurers warm to private equity as yields edge lower

Private equity is expected to deliver the highest returns in the next 12 months by 43% of respondents, the highest of any asset class, according to GSAM research.
Australian government crest

Scrap fee disclosure to boost Aussie PE allocations, government urged

The AIC’s 13 policy proposals to the next government are intended to increase the flow of capital to start-ups, SMEs and other high-growth businesses.
Asset management

Morgan Stanley: asset managers must embrace private markets

Traditional revenue sources for asset managers are expected to decline over the next five years.
Dave Chen, Urs Baumann, Melissa Drew

PG Impact: how LPs differ on return expectations

European LPs are more tolerant of lower debt-like returns from impact funds, co-founder Urs Baumann told delegates at the Credit Suisse Asian Investment Forum in Hong Kong on 27 March.
European commission

European insurers given private equity boost after regulation tweak

The European Commission has reduced the amount of capital insurers must set aside to manage the perceived risks for some long-term equities.

Connecticut to boost diversification with Europe and secondaries

The state’s treasurer will add an additional $200m per year in a transition plan to increase private equity allocation.
Brexit

France’s Access Capital slashes UK exposure due to Brexit ‘nightmare’

Commitments to UK funds account for between 7-10% of Access Capital Partners’ most recent fund of funds, down from as much as 25% in previous vintages.

How family offices and institutional LPs differ on exchange risk

Larger investors are almost twice as likely to underweight India than family offices, and both groups are wary of Turkey and Russia, according to research by Montana Capital Partners.
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