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APG taps former MetLife director to lead Asian PE activity

The Dutch pension manager has a more than $25bn private equity portfolio.
The Future 40

Future 40: The next leaders of private equity

Who are the young guns showing innovation in the industry? Who has the X factor that marks them as a future leader? Our Future 40 list of the 40 individuals aged under 40 set to shape private equity over the next decade.
New York

Everstone targets co-investment partners with UTIMCO hire

One of South and South-East Asia's largest mid-market firms has recruited Suneel Kaji in New York.
Bill Browder

VIDEO: Bill Browder on the problem with emerging markets

In this two-minute video, the Russia veteran explains why rule of law and property rights are crucial to a successful investment.
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.

Stonehage Fleming loses PE head – exclusive

The firm is on the hunt for a replacement for prominent private equity investor Richard Clarke-Jervoise, who is moving to Paris from the London-based firm.
Dubai, UAE

Life after Abraaj: How former employees can remain in private equity

Junior and mid-level employees are widely regarded as attractive targets, while more senior personnel may find themselves on the receiving end of tough questions from future business partners.
William McGlashan, TPG

McGlashan allegations: what they mean for impact investing

The leader of TPG’s The Rise Fund, the most prominent impact investor in the industry, has been charged over his alleged role in a college admissions bribery and money laundering scam. The fallout could be significant.
Taxis in Dubai

Abraaj’s partners: where are they now?

While successful buyers are likely to take on a healthy number of mid-level staff, PEI looks at which senior personnel have left and who remains behind.
Sydney Australia

Ex-Francisco partner seeks A$400m for debut Oz tech fund – exclusive

Potentia Capital is expecting to hold an H1 close on Australia’s first dedicated mid-market technology vehicle.
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