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WATCH: BlackRock’s Boa on an “unsustainable environment”

Volatility and stock market repricing have made things more challenging for investors. Belinda Boa, CIO of emerging markets at BlackRock, says they now need to be rewarded for risk.

CPPIB to increase global real estate credit exposure

The Canadian pension fund is looking to increase its real estate credit assets under management to around $6.2bn to $7.7bn in the next five years.

Korea Post seeks multi-asset managers

The planned commitments come after its $200m allocation across two global multi-asset fund of fund managers last year.

Japan’s Chikyoren to hire private debt managers for the first time

The $217bn public pension fund is adding private corporate debt to its portfolio as part of a five percent allocation to global alternatives.

Sovereigns seek credit funds

Private credit is the most popular destination for new allocations.

The next wave of LP capital

Alternatives-loving sovereigns are taking a growing interest in private debt – as are central banks.

Sovereign allocations

Sovereign funds are making big investments in private debt.

Private debt in high demand from sovereign wealth funds – report

Sovereign wealth managers are exhibiting strong demand for private credit due to their ability to tolerate illiquidity and take a long-term view.

WATCH: LPs: Germany will be Europe’s top private debt market

New funds are emerging to muscle out the banks and target the Mittelstand. Our recent Germany Forum heard from three LPs about the growing popularity of the asset class in this two-minute video.

SBCERA may cut ties with York Capital Management

The California retirement plan is withdrawing its York investments over unspecified fund terms with which the LP took issue.

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