CalPERS seeks to restart private equity co-investments

Co-investing by the US's largest public pension has stalled due to challenges around speed of execution.

Private equity basks in ‘golden age’ of returns – report

Private equity performance in recent years has been characterised by shortened time to liquiduty and soaring TVPIs.

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.

KKR, TPG, Partners Group, first adopters of IFC’s impact principles

The Operating Principles for Impact Management, published by the IFC, set a clear common market standard for what constitutes an impact investment and addresses concerns about 'impact-washing'.

Welsh Carson inches closer to $4bn for Fund XIII

The firm activated fees on the vehicle in January following a $2.8bn first close in August.

Temasek-backed Jolt Capital plots latest fund – exclusive

The European tech-focused manager is eyeing more than double the figure it raised for its predecessor vehicle in 2017.

The GPs that want to see you in court

For distressed debt firms concerned about a lack of dealflow, there’s a simple solution: do litigation funding instead.

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.

Eurazeo forays into Spain with GP interest in MCH PE

The Paris-listed investment firm has picked up a minority stake in Madrid-based MCH Private Equity as part of its internationalisation plans.

LACERA’s secondaries sale slashes GP relationships by one-fifth

The pension system will continue to evaluate secondaries to opportunistically sell and buy interests in.

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