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An exclusive investor survey conducted by PEI reveals three quarters of LPs will not reduce their target allocations to private markets in the face of the denominator effect.
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Senior executives at three of the world’s largest private equity players offer their insights on how the Japanese opportunity is developing.
PEI Japan 2020 cover
The Japan special includes: How private equity is growing in the country, a special report on regional banks and how ESG awareness is spreading; plus keynote interviews with J-STAR, NSSK, T Capital Partners and Advantage Partners
Coronavirus impact
LPs are encouraging managers to discuss coronavirus over the phone as formal reporting has been limited by the speed at which the pandemic is escalating.
These turbulent times could be characterised by some surprisingly large fund closes.
Limited partners who have piled into the asset class in recent years could be left severely overweighted in private equity unless public markets see a significant recovery.
“It might not be because of the coronavirus directly, but certainly because of all that’s being done to prevent or slow the spread of it”.
Precipitous drop in California
Negative returns in credit, funds of funds and emerging markets dulled the $402bn institution’s PE performance last year, investment committee documents show.
Find out who took the plaudits in Fund, Deal and Exit of the Year, plus the different markets and geographies across the region.
Presenting the region’s best firms, limited partners and managers.
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