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NJ’s private equity programme emerges from uncertainty

Governor Phil Murphy’s anti-private equity rhetoric during his campaign triggered a hold on commitment but the state’s pension system wants to re-establish its standing.

LPs boost 2019 PE allocations to accommodate choice funds

Employees’ Retirement System of Texas and Teachers’ Retirement System of Louisiana are already over-allocated to private equity.

How Rhode Island plans to use secondaries to boost its PE exposure

PEI speaks with senior investment officer Jonathan Popielarski about the types of fund stakes the US pension wants to buy so it can hit its 11% target allocation.

CalSTRS board approves reorganisation of PE portfolio

The restructuring will allow CalSTRS to invest in ‘non-traditional’ private equity strategies with different return expectations and focus on co-investments.

Why GPIF’s Hiro wants better alignment, not lower fees

Hiromichi Mizuno was tasked with guiding the world's largest pension fund into alternatives. He tells PEI what he learned in his four-year tenure.

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.

Japan Special: Insurers search for yield

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

US private equity tops investor choice – survey

The Commonfund Forum survey also showed LPs predict weakening consumer confidence will end the current bull run within the next year.

How Equistone kept a lid on its fundraise while tapping new LPs

A heady fundraising environment buoyed the firm’s efforts to build new LP relationships for Fund VI, but created a headache when it came to whittling down allocations.
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