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Need for stable returns driving CIC’s private investments

China Investment Corporation president and vice-chairman, Tu Guangshao, explains why the sovereign wealth fund is increasing its alternative investments.

South Korea’s NPS to overhaul alternative investment teams before 2019

The world’s third-largest public pension is reorganising its six alternative investment management teams into three divisions, but compensation of internal staff will likely be unchanged.
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Fees are a focus, even in good times

Few private market managers provide fee discounts for early and repeat investors, while credit managers often only provide breaks to those making commitments over a certain amount, Andrew Hedlund finds

How the IPEV is moving private debt valuation forward

Guidelines for valuing private debt portfolios will provide a comprehensive framework to improve valuations and governance, according to FVC's Tim Mortimer.

Why managers are becoming targets

Raising money for their funds is always on the mind of private markets managers, but they should not ignore the need to finance their own business growth. John Bakie speaks to a specialist in the field

AustralianSuper: The €90bn pension fund targeting European property lending

Australia’s largest superannuation fund, has entered the European real estate lending market. Real Estate Capital finds out about its plans.

DOWNLOAD: LPs fear hard Brexit in sentiment survey

Find out what LPs at PDI's recent New York Forum were thinking.

Ability to innovate drives interest in first-time funds – research

Greater flexibility and higher returns were key reasons to back new fund managers.
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Former Mercer private debt head Mistry joins PPF – exclusive

Mistry will take control of existing and new investments in alternative credit.

Khazanah’s Aziz: Chasing partnerships

The sovereign fund is seeking out partnerships amid ‘too much capital chasing too few deals’.

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