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The drawdown slowdown is not yet a worry

In a richly priced investment environment, a slower investment pace is no bad thing.

CPPIB’s PE portfolio in four charts

PE accounted for 20.9% of the investment portfolio, making it the third-largest asset class behind public equity and bonds.

LP capital hangs in commitment limbo

An increasing gap between capital calls and distributions could translate into longer investment periods or fund size reductions, according to a report from eFront.

The rise of individual investors: publicly traded GPs

For shareholders, the true appeal of listed fund managers such as Blackstone, Carlyle and KKR lies in their long-term potential.

Secular trends drive PSP’s entertainment investment debut

The Canadian pension has teamed up with Investcorp to invest in UTA in a deal valuing the talent agency at up to $800m.

Korea’s NPS seeks alternatives managers for $1.9bn domestic mandates

The world’s third-largest public pension fund will also accept foreign GPs’ proposals if they have a presence in Korea.

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.

Malaysia’s Khazanah appoints EPF chief as head

The appointment comes after the SWF's entire board resigned in July.

Market volatility boosts HKMA’s PE and RE returns

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority warns of increasing competition among LPs for good quality alternatives assets.

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