It's official: a single fund family is no longer enough.
When you are at the top of the PEI 300, the way to avoid deal competition is to go big, Blackstone’s Joe Baratta says.
New geographies and products boosted the leading firms' fundraising efforts.
Specialists in the strategy made impressive leaps in the 2019 ranking of five-year fundraising totals.
This year’s PEI 300 shows the strategy is far from over.
The good times are rolling for technology and innovation-focused managers.
The region’s growth story, urbanisation and rising middle class are luring private equity capital.
Profit-with-purpose has made a mark in the past year, despite recent negative headlines.
The firms from across the PEI 300 that hit the headlines - for good or bad - this year.
Four insiders explain how the country's private equity industry has shifted amid political and fiscal changes, and why sustainability has become a much bigger play.
Heralded as an ‘unofficial fee break’ and an ‘alpha generator’, co-investment is seen by many as the answer to getting the best out of private markets. But are LPs taking on more risk than they realise – and is it really worth it?
It has been a volatile year in the Middle East, with internal conflicts compounded by international tensions, but there is appetite for deals in the right sectors.
The Middle East is full of institutional capital. These are the richest five that commit to private equity.
Behind the country's high-tech industries is a self-sustaining ecosystem of entrepreneurs, investors and innovation.
Greg Ruiz joins from Altamont Capital Partners.
Allan Emkin, managing principal at Meketa Investment Group, co-founded Pension Consulting Alliance in 1988 and joined Meketa in March after the two firms merged.
Academics use LP data to analyse performance.
This case will have ramifications that go far beyond Abraaj and EM private equity.
Private equity investors are starting to pay attention to European VC as the sector finally recovers from the global financial crisis, writes Carmela Mendoza. While the US had 55 start-ups that reached unicorn status – a $1 billion-plus valuation – last year, Europe gave chase at 14, according to research from CB Insights. Europe had […]
South-East Asia, China and India have dominated investor rankings since 2018.
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The firm has joined the fray in an unusual way, relying on the GP relationships and fund commitments its Strategic Partners unit has built.
As more private equity firms launch their first credit vehicles or expand their initial offerings, Jay Cipriano and Chad Longenecker of SEI’s Investment Manager Services division caution how complex administering these funds can be
Private funds technologies can do more than ever before, but it can be hard to choose the right solution and even harder to implement it. We spoke to Apex Group’s Srikumar TE about how choosing the right service provider can enable firms to get more out of their systems and software
Private fund managers can win major operational efficiencies from outsourcing, provided that they pay attention to how well data is managed, say eFront’s Ludovic Legrand and Iain Robertson
As the private equity industry faces the peak of the cycle, George Rologis, chief commercial officer and head of strategy and EMEA at Alter Domus, says fund administrators will need to up their game for the benefit of the market
Data management does more than lighten a firm’s workload. Backstop Solutions’ Adam Pinkert and Chris Anderson discuss how the right strategy can uncover hidden insights for a competitive advantage
LPs are piling pressure on managers to move onshore. But domiciling decisions should never be taken lightly, says Mark Hooton, director at TMF Group
For effective outsourcing, relationships matter. Blue Wolf Capital’s chief financial officer, Joshua Cherry-Seto, offers his insights and regrets.
Private equity fund administrators are fighting for digital supremacy as investors demand an ever-wider range of data points.
Increased scrutiny has made cybersecurity more important than ever for fund managers, but steps to avoid disaster need not be costly or complex.
As funds continue to weigh up the consequences of Brexit, we talk to managers and agency officials in two European domiciles to gauge the case for and against relocating.
The M&A boom in the fund administration industry is gathering pace, but can these new larger players maintain the same level of service?
The crucial trends and consolidation moves.