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Blackstone’s private equity secondaries team has launched its sixth fund targeting $3.5 billion to $4 billion, according to two sources and a marketing document seen by sister publication peHUB.
A former Sun Capital Partners and H.I.G. Partners executive has launched a new special situation-focused fund with the ability to pursue various investment structures, sister publication peHUB reported.
Oregon Investment Council went beyond the recommendation from its investment staff and pledged $300 million to Lone Star’s third real estate fund, which recently raised its hard cap to $6.6 billion, sister publication peHUB reported.
The Washington State Investment Board, one of the most active private equity limited partners in the industry, is dialing back its allocation target to the asset class. The investment board approved recommendations from investment staff this month to drop the target allocation to 23 percent from 25 percent. The fund is already at 23.8 percent […]
The Washington State Investment Board, one of the most active private equity limited partners in the industry, is dialing back its allocation target to the asset class.
TorreyCove Capital Partners and Cambridge Associates are set to take over alternative investment consulting duties at the San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System, which is ending its relationship with Portfolio Advisors, sister publication peHUB reported.
Delaney Brown, the executive who opened alternative asset manager Hermes GPE’s US office in Boston two years ago, has left the firm, a spokesperson confirmed to sister publication peHUB.
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, which manages C$188.9 billion in assets, made some management changes earlier this year on its private investments team. The system, a major private equity limited partner and direct investor, didn’t publicly disclose the personnel moves, but they are listed on its web site, sister publication peHUB reported.. A CPPIB […]
Dutch pension fund administrators PGGM and APG are two emerging LPs to watch as they gradually build their internal teams since they decided to sell their stakes in fund-of-funds AlpInvest in 2011, sister publication peHUB reported.
The Los Angeles City Employees’ Retirement System has chosen American Securities, one of its existing fund managers, for a $30 million commitment to a vehicle focused on distressed debt investments, sister publication peHUB reported.
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