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The maturation of the private equity market is creating a new class of investors who are faced with a luxury of choices: in-house versus outsourced investment staff; separate accounts vs. funds of funds, set menus versus ‘Chinese menus.’ Be careful what you order. David Snow reports

Altor Equity completes double

Scandinavian buyout firm Altor Equity Partners has made two investments from its debut fund, which closed on E650m earlier in the year.

Palamon backs IFA platform

UK-based Palamon Capital Partners has committed to provide up to E30m to build a national independent financial advisory business in the fragmented UK market.

ICG raises E250m for third CDO fund

Intermediate Capital Group has closed its Eurocredit CDO III fund on E250m, despite what it described as ‘very tough’ fundraising conditions.

Permira closes record buyout fund

Terms in the partnership agreement governing Permira’s E5.1bn Europe III fund reflect private equity investors’ requirements to publicly disclose details of their participation in the asset class.

Partners and rivals

David Rubenstein of The Carlyle Group and Blackstone's Stephen Schwarzman are pioneers of the multi-strategy private equity investment model. When the two met in New York to compare notes on how to run a global alternative investment business, David Snow looked over their shoulders.


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AIG securitises $1bn private equity portfolio

Drawing on advice from Capital Dynamics and Morgan Stanley, AIG has placed $250m in triple-A rated bonds backed by private equity fund investments as part of a $1bn securitisation.


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