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Adam Le
Adam Le is the News Editor for PEI Media's private equity publications, overseeing the flow of global news and analysis for Secondaries Investor as well as sister title PrivateEquityInternational.com. Based in London, Adam works closely with private equity-focused colleagues across PEI's offices in New York, London and Hong Kong. Prior to PEI, his roles included reporting on finance and technology for Bloomberg Japan.
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UBS fund financing unit deploys $3bn

The bank's secondaries advisory group has teamed up with its fund financing unit and has executed around 20 private equity loans over the last two years.

PEI 300: The rise of funds of funds

This year’s PEI 300 shows the strategy is far from over.

PEI 300: The rise of funds of funds

This year’s PEI 300 shows the strategy is far from over.

Selling fund stakes at a discount is better than holding tail-ends – report

An analysis of private equity funds by Upwelling Capital shows holding funds for longer than 10 years brings more downside risk than upside potential.
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The sector delivering higher returns than tech… if you’re a specialist

G Square Capital has been making bets in an industry with 'colossal' levels of regulation and a diverse region to make outsized returns.

Carlyle’s Bagijn: commingled funds will remain ‘highly relevant’

Ruulke Bagijn, the new head of the firm’s AlpInvest and Metropolitan units, says co-investment and secondaries funds will remain part of the core of the business.
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Blackstone’s impact success hinges on its secondaries relationships

The private equity giant's push into impact investing relies on the GP relationships and fund commitments its Strategic Partners unit has built.

Future special: Customised accounts, performance and liquidity

LPs will push for more transparency and customisation of their investments, liquidity will play a greater role but robo-advisors won’t negate the need for trust between LPs, GPs and service providers

The future of investing

LPs will push for more transparency and customisation of their investments, liquidity will play a greater role but robo-advisors won’t negate the need for trust between LPs, GPs and service providers
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Healthcare investing hits 12-year high – 5 charts

Deal volume rose almost 50% last year, buoyed by mega-deals, according to the consultancy Bain & Co.
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