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Could fury about PE fees drive secondaries dealflow?

Some buyers of second hand fund stakes will be licking their lips in anticipation of sales driven by cost-cutting this year.

Why CalPERS is eyeing Silver Lake duo for directs top jobs

The Silver Lake alumni in contention could point to the pension's highly successful investment in the tech specialist.

Why cutting relationships can be hard to do

Investors wanting fewer GP relationships are in a small minority that could get smaller still.

Public pensions double PE commitments in 2018

Institutions in the US and UK made 737 commitments to the asset class between Q1 and Q3, compared with 314 during this period last year, according to eVestment data.

CalSTRS: ‘Co-investments should be increased’

The pension is planning a much larger co-investment programme as part of its 'Collaborative Model' approach to private equity.

Four ways CalPERS could reach $13bn in PE deployment – updated

As the US’s largest public pension discusses the plan for its revamped PE programme, we examine how it could hit its target annual deployment range.

Sweden’s AP7 is hungry for private equity

Per Olofsson, head of alternatives at the Swedish pension fund, talks about its battle to get fully invested.

Texas Municipal fights to claw back terms from GPs

In a heady fundraising environment, GPs are pushing fund terms in their favour, and it’s up to LPs to walk them back, Texas Municipal Retirement System’s director of private equity Christopher Schelling.

Korea’s $567bn NPS appoints CIO after 15-month wait

National Pension Service had been without a CIO for more than a year amid a stream of resignations in its senior executive team.

Ben Meng brings China expertise to CalPERS

The chief investment officer hire returns to the US's largest public pension as it gears up for significant portfolio changes.
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