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The pension plan fast-tracked adoption of an ‘allowable allocation’ of up to 15% to allow for flexibility in times of volatility.
Globe and covid-mask
We look at just some of the ways private equity firms are helping portfolio companies and wider society as the industry grapples with the coronavirus-led business slowdown.
Market dislocation
CFOs are largely planning on leaving their 31/12 marks untouched; Duff & Phelps warns now is not the time to diverge from your established valuations practices.
Chief investment officer Ben Meng outlined the steps taken to mitigate the impact from the ongoing covid-19-triggered volatility in a board meeting on Wednesday.
Passenger airplane
The world's second-largest PE firm enforces a firm-wide travel ban in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Giant investors
ArcLight Capital Partners’ $3.4bn haul for its seventh flagship fund and Odyssey Investment Partners’ $3.25bn for its sixth flagship fund were among the largest funds closed during the month.
Precipitous drop in California
Negative returns in credit, funds of funds and emerging markets dulled the $402bn institution’s PE performance last year, investment committee documents show.
Asset allocators often assume diverse managers are impact investors, says NAIC president Robert Greene.
Heightened scrutiny
The private equity giant has said its business could be damaged by allegations of improper conduct or press speculation – whether valid or not.
coronavirus
The global epidemic has wiped at least $1.5trn off global stock markets in the past week.
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