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Competing sources of capital and a strategy yet to be untested during a downturn pose challenges for long-hold fundraisings.
BlackRock is reportedly stepping down capital-raising efforts for its long-term capital fund, a strategy that has raised nearly $50bn from LPs in the last five years.
A new asset class targeting ‘durable, high-quality companies with predictable cashflows and based in non-cyclical sectors’ sounds awfully familiar.
The long-life fund manager raised €1.25bn for its second offering, one of the latest in a strategy garnering more attention amid the crisis.
Number three
Blackstone Core Equity Partners II is the largest long-term private equity vehicle ever raised, in an increasingly competitive market.
The firm has also 'materially concluded' fundraising for its latest flagship, chief executive Christian Sinding said on its earnings call on Wednesday.
Long-term investing
Silver Lake’s launch of a multi-decade strategy is the latest example of a private equity industry grappling with how to hold on to assets outside of a traditional 10-year fund model.
Dag Skattum BlackRock
Dag Skattum, Europe head of the asset manager's Long Term Private Capital fund, says family- and privately owned companies are attracted to a more flexible type of capital.
Read the results of the annual awards, voted for by the industry.
New York
The firm received unanimous approval from its LPs to replace Mark Wiseman with Robert Kapito as chairman of the executive investment committee, allowing its Long Term Private Capital Fund to continue investing.

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