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Cate Ambrose, EMPEA
Cate Ambrose, chief executive of the industry association, discusses why the pandemic and increasing political isolationism underscores the need for more private capital in emerging markets.
PEI's interactive chart takes a look at some markets beyond the US that permit defined contribution plans to invest in private equity, and the regulations governing their participation.
Some London buildings at night as seen from myopia glasses
As the health pandemic takes its toll, the societal issues weighed up by investors are becoming more pressing. What does this mean for the sector?
Brumadinho in south-eastern Brazil.
The Church of England's deputy director of ethics at its pension board, Stephen Barrie, insists that GPs should have the capacity to analyse, understand and act on ESG data.
Secondaries firms and mid-market tech funds are among the beneficiaries of the region’s increasingly sophisticated pension systems.
Shenzhen, China
Trade disputes, bad debts in the financial system and a difficult exit environment for tech companies have affected investor appetite for China, according to EMPEA.
Picture by James Clarke. www.jamesclarke.me, james@jamesclarke.me, 07941 676821.
Barrister Hugo Keith QC says the US government's case is politically motivated due to the threat Abraaj Group and Arif Naqvi represent to US interests.
Colony’s purchase of the Latin America unit has been at least six months in the making.
Many Latin American pension funds want to invest in international private equity – and it’s becoming easier for them to do so.
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