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KTP seeks multi-credit strategy across the US and Western Europe – exclusive

The state-backed pension fund is on the hunt for managers to diversify its private corporate investment portfolio and ramp up offshore alternative investments.

OCERS to lower its private credit allocation

The California pension fund updated its asset allocations to ensure steady returns if faced with changes in market conditions.

2018 awards: It’s time to vote!

Yes, it’s upon us again. Take the opportunity to choose the best-in class in 45 different categories, reflecting a broad spectrum of private debt activity.

Why Korea is fertile ground for those seeking new LPs

Winning trust is not easy, but the country’s investors are being won round to private debt by those GPs willing to do the spadework.

Korea Post: ‘Encourage GPs to open Korea office’

Having a local presence greatly influences the investment decisions of Korean institutional investors, delegates heard at the PERE Investor Forum Seoul 2018.

PDI Seoul Forum: Europe’s legal progress encourages Asian LPs

Laws within the continental mainland have caught up with the more creditor-friendly regimes in the US and UK, a development that could comfort LPs committing to European direct lending.

PDI Seoul Forum: Three takeaways from Korean LPs

Investors remain devoted to direct lending, though at least one said it may be time to explore special situations, delegates heard at PDI’s inaugural forum in Seoul.

Lotte Insurance: ‘Really tricky to invest in private RE debt currently’

Investing in the asset class overseas is not meeting the South Korean insurer’s target investment returns, according Janghwan Lee, executive director, team leader of alternative investment team.

Latest AnaCap credit fund reaches €600m – exclusive

The credit opportunities vehicle, which was launched in the summer, is aiming for around €750m in total.

The heat is on to tackle climate change

With the help of third parties, private debt firms are beginning to rise to the challenge of addressing ESG issues, says Coralie de Maesschalck of Kartesia.

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