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Stephane Pesch, LPEA

A European safe harbour for private equity

By Stephane Pesch, LPEA – As the world tumbles into a period of economic and political uncertainty, private equity relies on its long term investment strategy and eyes the calm after the storm. Meanwhile, investors and fund managers are drawn to

Anastasia Williams, TMF Group

US managers dominate fund raising activity

The United States dominates the PE marketplace when it comes to size of AUM size. It is estimated that the top 300 global PE managers manage USD1.5 trillion in assets, of which US-based managers account for USD1 trillion; this compares

Amundi brings real and alternative assets to single platform

French asset management firm Amundi is launching a single platform designed to bring its real and alternative assets under one entity and drive its aim of becoming one of the leading alternative asset managers in Europe. The firm writes that

Michael Rees, Dyal Capital

Dyal Capital Partners closes Fund III with USD5.3bn

Dyal Capital Partners (Dyal), a division of Neuberger Berman Group, has closed Dyal Capital Partners III (PE), its third fund, with approximately USD5.3 billion of committed capital.  Dyal increased the target fund size by over USD2.0 billion during the marketing

Lawson Conner adds Gresham House to its AIFM platform

G10 Capital, an affiliate of Lawson Conner, is to be appointed as an alternative investment fund manager (AIFM) by Gresham House Asset Management in order to provide alternative fund management services to LMS Capital. The LMS portfolio, valued at just

Three Hills Capital Partners Mauro Moretti

Three Hills Capital Partners closes second fund at EUR200m

Three Hills Capital Partners (THCP) has held the final closing of its second fund with total committed assets of around EUR200 million, in excess of the initial target of EUR150 million. The new fund, named Three Hills Decalia after the


Global alternative assets under management hit USD6.2tn

Total assets managed by the top 100 alternative investment managers globally reached USD3.6 trillion in 2015, up 3 per cent on the prior year, according to research produced by Willis Towers Watson. The Global Alternatives Survey, which covers ten asset


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