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The state of CalPERS’ PE programme in five charts

CalPERS is due to identify a new CIO next month, so PEI's interactive charts outline what he or she is on course to inherit.

CalPERS aims to hire CIO by September

The new CIO will join at a critical time for the fund, which has been without a private equity head for more than a year.

Meketa: ‘Closed-end fund format now showing its limitations’

John Haggerty, director of private markets investments at Meketa Investment Group, discusses the US pensions’ views on private equity investments in Asia.

Listen to the critics

LPs and GPs need to be able to make the case for PE in simple terms; like it or not, that includes fees.

Slow and steady is GPIF’s mantra

Government Pension Investment Fund’s disclosure of its portfolio is yet another sign that the Japanese pension giant will be taking a measured approach to diversification.

Inside GPIF’s private equity portfolio

China, Africa and India accounted for more than 80% of the Japanese pension fund's private equity investments last year.

Korea’s NPS loses acting CIO

Acting chief investment officer Cho In-sik has said he will quit the National Pension Service of Korea, amid a second round of recruitment for its CIO.

CalSTRS hires CFO from another public pension fund

Julie Underwood spent eight years as CFO at San Bernardino County Employees’ Retirement Association, which has $9.9bn in assets under management.

Privately Speaking: CalSTRS’ Ailman on how to stay relevant in a world awash with...

Chief investment officer Christopher Ailman on the pension’s unique challenges and culture.

LP of the future: moving towards shadow capital

Customisable fund models, particularly separately managed accounts, are becoming more popular.

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