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Slow growth and lack of competition have created an attractive environment over the past 18 months.
Managing director Jaka Prasetya and two directors will focus on Indonesia and credit across the region.
Up to 45% of institutional investors expected to boost their private equity holdings in H1 2014.
As Apollo and ICICI gear up to close their India vehicle, interest in Asian distressed assets appears to have dwindled.
Wylie Tollette joins the $284bn US pension fund as its chief operating investment officer.
PE firms Oaktree and Centerbridge face more resistance from Australian regulators over the A$135m proposal.
The US group is eyeing Europe after its global special situations fund came in $1bn over target.
Fundraising by private equity firms globally reached a five-year high in 2013.
Conditions seem ripe for a shift from equity to debt funds in India. But it’s not as straightforward as it might seem
Private debt investors face mismatched risk-return profiles and continuing difficulties when enforcing contracts in the PRC in particular.

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