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Adam Le

Adam Le is the News Editor for PEI Media's private equity publications, overseeing the flow of global news and analysis for Secondaries Investor as well as sister title PrivateEquityInternational.com. Based in London, Adam works closely with private equity-focused colleagues across PEI's offices in New York, London and Hong Kong. Prior to PEI, his roles included reporting on finance and technology for Bloomberg Japan.

Capital Dynamics hires Goldman exec for strategy expansion – exclusive

Bryn Gostin, a former attorney, has joined the firm as head of product development and strategic initiatives.

Denmark PKA AIP: selecting top GPs is crucial

Anette Eberhard, who will oversee private equity at the alternatives manager of the Danish pension, talks about the team's expansion plans, new mandates and direct investments.

Abraaj continues global fundraise amid claims of capital misuse

The emerging markets-focused firm has no plans to pause fundraising on its $6bn private equity fund as it awaits an auditor's report on its 2015-vintage health fund.

Bahrain’s Investcorp mulls infra business launch

Hazem Ben-Gacem, head of European private equity, said the firm might look at acquiring an existing infra business.

Carlyle names successors as co-founders step aside

Glenn Youngkin and Kewsong Lee will take over in January as David Rubenstein and Bill Conway become co-executive chairmen.

Invest Europe’s new chair to target climate change and Brexit

Marta Jankovic, ESG and responsible investment specialist at APG, replaces Blackstone’s Gerry Murphy at the industry body.

Blackstone unit seeks $1bn for real assets Fund II

Secondaries-focused Strategic Partners expects to take advantage of a rise in dealflow from mature assets.

South Dakota buys stake in Blackstone energy fund

The $11bn pension has increased its exposure to the private equity giant's 2015-vintage BEP II.

Ardian raises record infra secondaries fund

The investment firm has amassed $1.7bn for the vehicle and is eyeing a summer final close.

PSP to open Asia office, eyes Australia presence

Asia is ‘more a priority than anywhere else’ for the C$126bn Canadian pension manager’s next overseas outpost, according to its chief executive and president.

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