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Emerging Asia leads LP attractiveness ranking – report

South-East Asia retains the top spot as the most attractive market for investment, while China has overtaken India to claim second place, according to the latest investor survey from EMPEA.

Funds slower to return to market as dealmaking stalls

The average time between funds increased to four years and three months in 2018, the first such increase in five years, according to EY research.

Insurers warm to private equity as yields edge lower

Private equity is expected to deliver the highest returns in the next 12 months by 43% of respondents, the highest of any asset class, according to GSAM research.
PEI Fundraising report Q1 2019

DOWNLOAD: Growth and TMT funds are flavour of the quarter

In this 11-slide presentation PEI breaks down the $91bn of capital raised for private equity last quarter by strategy, geography and the industry's biggest funds.
Chinese outbound

Chinese corporates plot major overseas push

Almost two-thirds of mainland Chinese businesses plan to increase international spending by more than 10% over the next two years, according to Baker McKenzie research.

DOWNLOAD: Crucial questions for impact investors

Examine five key issues for impact investors, ranging from whether there is a sufficient opportunity set to what returns LPs might expect to receive.

Q1 fundraising: a record start for growth equity

Funds focused on the strategy closed on almost $25bn in the first quarter of this year, the best such period for growth equity since at least 2008.
Asset management

Morgan Stanley: asset managers must embrace private markets

Traditional revenue sources for asset managers are expected to decline over the next five years.

Impact investments assets break half-a-trillion mark – GIIN report

More than 1,300 investors are managing $502bn in assets slated for positive change, according to the Global Impact Investing Network.

SWFs follow ‘leaders’ Temasek and GIC in tech investing – report

Sovereign wealth funds are growing exposure to early-stage investments following Singaporean investors GIC and Temasek’s 'enormous push' in the sector.
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