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WSIB’s Bruebaker: ‘You never want to waste a good crisis’

Gary Bruebaker steered the pension system through the financial crisis to build out a robust private equity programme.

Penn SERS board pushes for more transparency

The pension system’s private equity portfolio has been criticised for its cost and number of manager relationships.

Investcorp plans first US institutional fund

The firm has been co-investing with large institutions and raising capital on a deal-by-deal basis in private equity in the US until now.

How Alaska does co-investment

Alaska Permanent Fund’s co-investment programme has consistently outperformed its fund portfolio.

LPs boost 2019 PE allocations to accommodate choice funds

Employees’ Retirement System of Texas and Teachers’ Retirement System of Louisiana are already over-allocated to private equity.

PSERS postpones vote on US buyout fund over ESG concerns

Advocacy groups raised concerns with the US pension about Platinum Equity portfolio company Securus, which manages inmate phone systems for state prison systems.

How Rhode Island plans to use secondaries to boost its PE exposure

PEI speaks with senior investment officer Jonathan Popielarski about the types of fund stakes the US pension wants to buy so it can hit its 11% target allocation.

CalPERS fills private equity chief position after two years

Greg Ruiz will join the pension system this summer from Altamont Capital Partners, filling a role that has been without a permanent occupant since Réal Desrochers left in 2017.

CalSTRS GPs divided over fee disclosure

The pension has to ask funds it invested in before 2017 if it can make their fees and expenses public, and almost half said no.

Why GPIF’s Hiro wants better alignment, not lower fees

Hiromichi Mizuno was tasked with guiding the world's largest pension fund into alternatives. He tells PEI what he learned in his four-year tenure.
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