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CalPERS pays more in fees, less in carry

The US’s largest public pension decreased its overall expense costs by $170m during the fiscal year ended 30 June, up from $67m of savings last year.

Korean insurers face risk-based capital rules

Ability to comply with the new capital standards will shape Korean insurers’ preferences on alternative assets and deal structures.

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.

Emerging markets LatAm: Panama SWF on its first steps

The fund plans to dip its toes in private equity waters from 2018.

Heard on the streets of Amsterdam

PECA Family Office is planning to reduce its exposure to Europe as GPs and LPs voice concerns over its appeal in the Dutch capital.

When less isn’t more

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

Domestic capital returns to Australian PE

Domestic funding of private equity firms jumped from 17% in FY16 to 63% in FY17, data from the Australian private equity association revealed.

China Investment Corporation in five charts

As the world's second-biggest sovereign wealth fund deepens its US footprint via a $5bn private equity fund with Goldman Sachs, we take a look at its portfolio and strategy.

Chinese institutional investors and HNWIs to up alternatives exposure

Chinese pensions are expected to make a push into alternatives with a 6% allocation by 2030, according to a report by Casey Quirk, a Deloitte-owned consultancy.

Asset management giants grow alts businesses

The 500 largest fund managers held $2.5trn of alternative AUM at the end of last year, up 5% from 2015, according to the P&I/Willis Towers Watson global 500.

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