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Limited partner perspectives in seven charts

The Perspectives survey is one of the most comprehensive analyses of LP sentiment. Here are the charts that tell us what investors think of today's talking points.

How firms like Blackstone institutionalise private wealth fundraising

Firms hoping to tap high-net-worth capital on a grand scale must navigate regulation, due diligence and liquidity requirements, the firm's Joan Solotar tells PEI.

Public pensions double PE commitments in 2018

Institutions in the US and UK made 737 commitments to the asset class between Q1 and Q3, compared with 314 during this period last year, according to eVestment data.

European family offices plan greater PE deployment

The average global family office will raise private equity deployment by almost 30% next year, a Campden Wealth and KKR report finds.

How the world’s family offices allocate their assets

Private equity is the most popular alternative asset among the world's family offices, according to research by UBS.

Why ‘contrarian’ South Dakota is bearish on PE

The $14.8bn pension manager is slowing its deployment to private equity and other equity-like assets to cut risk.

Santa Barbara’s PE portfolio in five charts

The $3bn fund is increasing its private equity activity after raising its target allocation to 10% from 7% in 2016.

Finland’s Keva earmarks investment capital to plug spending gap

Private equity was the pension's best asset class in the first half and could play a key role in filling the income shortfall.

The state of CalPERS’ PE programme in five charts

CalPERS is due to identify a new CIO next month, so PEI's interactive charts outline what he or she is on course to inherit.

Alaska’s PE head: why we shy away from mega-funds

There is more long-term value in being a substantial investor in a small or medium sized fund, says Alaska Permanent's Stephen Moseley.
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