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Longer-dated funds: the shifting return focus of private equity

Macfarlanes' Christopher Good examines how such vehicles should be structured in order to maximise incentives while managing return expectations.

Carlyle plants flag in insurance market

The firm is acquiring a 19.9% stake in DSA Reinsurance from AIG in a deal that includes $6bn earmarked for Carlyle funds.

Evergreen funds could be the future of social impact

Bridges Fund Management – a pioneer of the strategy – held a second close on £50m for its debut permanent capital vehicle last week, PEI can exclusively reveal.

Details of Apollo’s hybrid debt-equity fund revealed

The fund would invest in senior and subordinated debt along with structured equity and non-control positions in financially troubled companies.

Trends of the Year: Long-term funds

Several vehicles that hold assets for longer than the traditional three to five years arrived on the scene this year and investors can expect more in 2018.

Apollo plans long-term hybrid credit, equity fund – updated

Co-founder Leon Black said the vehicle is a work in progress and one of several projects to augment permanent or long-term capital at the firm.

10 new firms making waves in 2017

From Sydney to Boston, a slew of firms emerged this year and raised capital from limited partners betting that getting in early can pay out big.

Momentum gathers for long-life vehicles

Investors are waking up to the appeal of long-life fund structures, a report has found.

What’s happening at Kuwait Investment Authority?

The London office of the Kuwaiti sovereign wealth fund has lost its alternatives head and sold a raft of European fund stakes amid a Brexit-inspired audit by head office.

Rosemont to launch evergreen fund of firms – exclusive

One of the first firms to raise capital to take minority stakes in GPs will scrap the traditional fixed-term fund model, founder Chas Burkhart tells PEI.

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