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Salary cuts bite European private capital execs

Some 15% of private capital executives saw a decrease in their year-on-year base salary in 2017, significantly higher than the 1% who reported a similar change last year.

Partners Group: knowledge sharing leverages the portfolio

The next step in the evolution of operational value creation should be dubbed the ‘portfolio approach’, says Partners Group's Fredrik Henzler.

Multi-strategy expansions may stymie traditional PE

A trend towards asset management could have a negative impact on firms which cannot expand, delegates at the BVCA Summit 2017 heard.

Listed giants continue to grow fee-generating AUM

The seven listed managers rated by Fitch hold almost 20% of dry powder available to invest in alternatives.

Ares: Firms must plan for ‘hard Brexit’

The global fund manager is considering a move to continental Europe as the uncertainty continues.

Hermes tilts towards separate accounts

The private equity investor has raised $389m for its third co-investment programme, which will invest alongside a further $230m through sidecars and separate mandates.

Meet the woman leading CVC’s healthcare drive

CVC head of European healthcare Cathrin Petty has overseen a fourfold increase in dealflow as the firm raises its allocation to the sector.

Carlyle Africa fund to broaden remit following MD hire

The $698m sub-Saharan fund is looking at opportunities in North Africa following a market resurgence across the continent.

7 ESG insights from the Responsible Investing Forum

LPs are going to ask more of their managers when it comes to data gathering and reporting, the PEI Responsible Investment Forum in Berlin heard.

Asia roundtable: the region gathers momentum

With Asian private equity maturing and GPs raising their game, experts tell PEI where the real opportunities and challenges lie in the years to come.