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Temasek’s latest private equity-backed CFO portfolio in three charts

KKR, Warburg Pincus and TPG-managed funds are included in the Singaporean state investor unit's latest securitised offering.

How Rhode Island plans to use secondaries to boost its PE exposure

PEI speaks with senior investment officer Jonathan Popielarski about the types of fund stakes the US pension wants to buy so it can hit its 11% target allocation.

How technology could shape the future of fundraising

Online fundraising platforms could become more common over the next decade, but obstacles to their growth remain

Three things you should know about CalPERS’ new PE head

Greg Ruiz, a former Goldman Sachs exec, will rely on his GP experience to help the US's biggest public pension push into direct investing.
Toronto

CPPIB more than doubles co-investment spending

The C$392bn fund closed 26 co-investments representing C$3.1bn of invested capital in the fiscal year ending 31 March.

IFC: Technology gains boost EM investments

Sectors that have benefited the most from tech include logistics, cold storage, consumer branding, healthcare and fintech, according to the IFC's global head and chief investment officer for private equity funds, Maria Kozloski.

CalPERS fills private equity chief position after two years

Greg Ruiz will join the pension system this summer from Altamont Capital Partners, filling a role that has been without a permanent occupant since Réal Desrochers left in 2017.

CalSTRS board approves reorganisation of PE portfolio

The restructuring will allow CalSTRS to invest in ‘non-traditional’ private equity strategies with different return expectations and focus on co-investments.

Future special: The changing face of the LPA

Calls are growing for the standardisation of the limited partnership agreement, but moves towards uniformity are fraught with difficulties, lawyers say

Future special: Keeping dealmaking personal

Attempts to look into the future can conjure up images of a disturbing, even dystopian world, but observers of the private equity market offer a rather more reassuring picture. Technology will be important, but so too will human input

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