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What we know about Apax from its listed trust

Apax Global Alpha’s interim statement sheds light on subscription credit lines, fund deployment and an appetite for healthcare.

Apax’s listed trust goes long on debt as PE spending drops

The listed private equity trust's derived debt exceeded its derived equity exposure in the first half of this year.

The rise of individual investors: defined contribution products

Incorporating private equity into defined contribution pension plans has proven a real test of the industry's imagination and will.

IK launches minority stake fund – exclusive

Minority Partnerships I Fund will take non-majority positions in companies with an enterprise value above €200m.

Finland’s Keva earmarks investment capital to plug spending gap

Private equity was the pension's best asset class in the first half and could play a key role in filling the income shortfall.

Apocalypse now as no-deal Brexit looms

Private assets managers are being forced to consider the consequences of what once seemed unthinkable – the UK crashing out of the EU with no trade agreement.

France’s Weinberg taps co-invest, GP commitment to double fund size

The mid-market firm used co-investments and a larger GP commitment to raise €295m for Fund III.

US steps up as European LPs ‘strike’ over Brexit

UK private equity funds are under increased scrutiny from continental investors but US LPs seem to have fewer doubts.

The truth about Brexit and fundraising

Political instability may be colouring investor sentiment, but it is not stopping them committing.

Partners Group goes on hiring spree to meet LP demand – updated

The investment firm could reach up to 150 hires by the end of the year to match its anticipated AUM growth for the year.

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