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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’.

Private credit asked to feed growing Nest

As more of the world’s pension wealth heads towards defined contribution schemes, private markets managers will need to come up with solutions. John Bakie reports

ERS, OMERS open up new frontiers in Asian private markets

The US and Canadian pension funds have shifted to Asia for better returns and relationships.

Reasons to be worried about mid-market funds

Despite booming popularity of funds in the segment, Pete Drewienkiewicz of investment consultancy Redington says they can carry hidden risks that investors need to be aware of. By John Bakie

LISTEN: Where are hurdle rates trending?

With managers increasingly putting pressure on LPs to enter the carry early, Threadmark partner Patricia Wilkinson and PEI senior editors Bruno Alves, Jonathan Brasse and Toby Mitchenall look across asset classes to find out whether the status quo really is changing.

Samsung Life on RE selling spree in UK, South Korea

The combined gains from these asset disposals is expected to be in the range of $44m to $87m.

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