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Private equity: Japan is now a top priority

Five key themes which emerged from market discussions in Tokyo in March paint a broadly positive picture.

‘Brook-tree’ is an outcome of what the money wants

Both institutional investors and equities shareholders have been pushing for consolidation in private markets in a bid to stabilise profits.
Brookfield & Oaktree chart

How does an Oaktree-Brookfield entity stack up?

PEI's interactive charts paint a picture of how the two would marry together.
Public markets

Take-privates are back on the menu

Public-to-private deals reached their highest level since before the global financial crisis last year as private market valuations prompted buyers to seek value elsewhere.
Gilets jaunes

France Invest’s Gaillard on why PE isn’t at odds with the gilets jaunes

France’s parliament is working on legal reforms that introduce a tax-efficient system to distribute a portion of capital gains among all employees of an acquired company.

SoftBank’s Son: ‘No need to rush’ on second Vision Fund

Fifteen months after launching the $100bn tech fund, SoftBank Group founder Masayoshi Son stance on raising successor funds every two years may be softening.

How Partners Group plans to build a 21st century returns factory

A move away from Wall Street is the only way to keep outperforming, the private markets investment firm's Steffen Meister tells PEI.

Apollo’s private equity funds stung by public market volatility

It largely attributed the drop to publicly-traded portfolio company holdings in Fund VIII, an $18.4bn 2014-vintage.

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