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Stonehage Fleming eyes US and Asia via stake sale

The multi-family office wants to increase the geographical split of its client base.

2019 in Asia: China shapes the region

Asia private equity in 2019 will see a reshaping of dealflow, strong investment activity in China and Japan, and a decrease in capital commitments from Asian insurers.

UK’s Bowmark ‘adapting focus’ as it hits Fund VI target

A key talking point with LPs was how UK firms are preparing for Brexit, managing partner Charles Ind told PEI.

2018 in Asia: The rise and rise of mega-funds

Record fundraising by pan-Asia buyout funds, less China state-backed dealmaking and a sharp drop in the country's outbound M&A were key themes.

Ridgemont ups bitesize potential with larger fund

The firm – a spin out from Bank of America in 2010 – attracted roughly one-third of its $1.65bn Fund III from non-US investors, up from 12% in Fund II.

The votes are rolling in for the 2018 awards: have your say!

The polls are now open for the 2018 Private Equity International Awards; see who made the shortlist and cast your vote here.

LPs’ greatest fear is too much money coming into PE

Too much money pursuing too few opportunities across all areas of private equity is investors' main issue, a survey by placement firm Probitas Partners found.

Endowments and foundations grow more concerned over fees

Two-fifths of the investors said fees are a greater concern than ever due to more muted return expectations, according to NEPC data.

Hamilton Lane: The risk of investing in Asia is overstated

Asia private markets have significantly outperformed other regions, particularly in the last five years, according to the firm’s MD and head of international, Juan Delgado-Moreira.

What LPs consider a fair management fee

LPs expect a $5bn private equity fund to charge a 1.23% management fee, according to research from Asante Capital.

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