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The portfolio is among several large trades that have hit the market this year and that are helping to drive LP secondaries inventory to more than $20bn.
The collapse of the bank has infused the market with uncertainty around the bank’s subscription line of credit business.
Jennifer Morais has left CPPIB's funds, secondaries and co-investments team, which is working to deploy $10bn in secondaries deals over five years.
Theodore Eliopoulos, CalPERS’ senior investment officer for real assets, has stepped in as acting CIO as Joe Dear battles prostate cancer.
Sean Stevens, who joined KKR’s New York office to work on its mid-market lending partnership with Stone Point and CPPIB, formerly worked at KeyBanc Capital Markets.
KKR Asset Management's mezzanine group, led by Marc Ciancimino (pictured), has exited two investments, including one of its largest exposures in payment processor RBS Worldpay.
The Robert Smith-led firm will target $600m for its first debt fund and likely $500m for its second small-cap vehicle as it comes off a year in which it returned $2bn to LPs.
Buffett partners 3G for $28bn Heinz deal 2013-02-14 Christopher Witkowsky Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has partnered with Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital to buy Heinz in what would be one of the largest-ever buyouts in the global food industry. “It was exciting coming into Pitts
The firm announced in December the hiring of former Blackstone executive Sal Gentile to head its North American efforts and is adding to the US-based team.
The appointment of Robert ‘Bo’ Ramsey to replace Bob Clone as chief of private equity at Indiana Public Retirement System raises yet more questions about what’s going on with its private equity programme – questions that the pension fund seems disappointingly reluctant to answer