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GPs can be at the mercy of even the weakest connections to adherence to ESG standards – real or perceived.
The UK government has called on its institutional investors to allocate more capital to long-term, illiquid assets as it looks to address regulatory barriers to investing in private markets.
Toronto, Canada
A key factor in the stronger return was a gain from OMERS' agreement to sell Environmental Resources Management to KKR.
Korean houses with city in distance
The $756bn National Pension Service of Korea has begun to disclose investment details, such as fund names and investment amounts, in an effort to boost its transparency.
Details of COO David Breach's appointment to the role were disclosed in a letter to investors seen by Private Equity International.
Suyi Kim CPPIB
Suyi Kim, previously head of Asia at the Canadian pension giant, has been named to lead its private equity unit globally.
India inflows
Indian pensions have been given the nod to participate in alternative investment funds for the first time.
The lawsuit may be a cautionary tale for institutions that invest directly and have – or are looking to create – incentive schemes to attract top PE talent.
New York
The $261bn New York City Retirement Systems has become the latest institutional investor ready to partner with sponsors on direct private equity deals.
The role involves developing new products, enhancing fund management programmes and managing relationships with strategic partners, PEI has learned.

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