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Navab plots the largest-ever debut fund

Navab Capital Partners has a $3bn target for its inaugural fund, which would be the largest ever debut private equity fund raised by an independent firm.
Beijing, China

Ex-KKR team raises sixth biggest China fund since GFC

The firm was founded by two former KKR partners including David Liu, who was co-head of KKR Asia and chief executive of the firm’s China business until 2017.
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Scrap fee disclosure to boost Aussie PE allocations, government urged

The AIC’s 13 policy proposals to the next government are intended to increase the flow of capital to start-ups, SMEs and other high-growth businesses.

Tokyo: Where to eat, drink and raise capital

The top LP locations? The most jaw-dropping view? The best place for breakfast? Two Tokyo-based executives give their tips for first-time visitors.
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Japan Special: The biggest challenge for Japan’s private equity industry

A shrinking workforce and lack of experienced investment professionals are threatening the future of institutional investor capital in the country.

Japan Special: Insurers search for yield

Japanese insurers are broadening their hunt for yield and pushing into more offshore private equity.

Japan Special: Why global firms are marching on Japan

Overseas managers, lured by the promise of corporate divestitures, face an uphill climb in breaking into Japan.

Japan Special: Is the sun finally rising on Japanese private equity?

The Japanese market has long held tantalising opportunities for private equity, but it’s only in the past few years that deals have started to come through.
Hong Kong

Campbell Lutyens eyes China consolidation with ex-Ping An hire – exclusive

The placement agent and advisory firm hired Charlie Yan, a former managing director at Shanghai asset manager Fosun International, in its Hong Kong office.
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