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Paul Carbone, Pritzker Private Capital

Pritzker Private Capital: ‘We’re in no hurry to make investments’

The firm's president Paul Carbone talks about the committed capital pool with other family offices, and what sort of companies they invest in.
JP Morgan pensions survey

Japan’s corporate pensions leave PE decisions to gatekeepers

Just under 1% of defined benefit pensions plan to raise their exposure to the asset class this year.

How Arizona PSPRS plans to overhaul its portfolio

The pension system is combining alternative assets into one pool and will re-assess all GP relationships, trimming for better strategic partnerships.
money

Brookfield hauls in over $8bn for its latest PE fund

The asset management giant is targeting as much as $9bn for its fifth flagship private equity vehicle.
Panellists at Emerging Manager Connect 2019 said LPs were looking for strong teams, skin in the game and honest dialogue

Four things we learned at Emerging Manager Connect 2019

LPs are looking for strong teams, skin in the game and honest dialogue, delegates heard at sister title Buyouts’ fourth annual gathering devoted to new managers.

Texas TRS to co-underwrite co-investments

The pension system is in the process of expanding the direct investment portion of its private equity portfolio from 26% to 35%.
Charts

CalPERS’ private equity returns fall by 50% in fiscal 2019

The asset class was still the second highest return generator, and the pension system is expanding its programme to help achieve a 7% actuarial rate of return.
Abu Dhabi

ADIA’s direct private equity investments double in value in three years

Almost 40% of the sovereign wealth fund’s new commitments in 2018 were sourced by its internal team.
Africa

Actis takes control of Abraaj funds

The emerging markets firm has assumed management rights for global buyout fund APEF IV and Abraaj's third sub-Saharan Africa fund.
CEPRES co-investment report

Co-investment is ‘not a silver bullet’ – report

Median co-investment returns have plummeted from a high of 56% in 2003, according to data from CEPRES.
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