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Annabelle Ju

Based in New York, Annabelle Ju covers North American institutional investors and fund regulation as the US Private Equity Reporter for Private Equity International and private funds management. She previously reported on market structure at Bloomberg and obtained her Master of Science degree from Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
Duke Williams departed the state teachers’ pension, which has 3% of its assets in infrastructure and commodities, after nearly two years overseeing private markets and investment operations.
The Dutch pension manager is losing Eduard van Gelderen to the $10bn university system, where he will be senior managing director of public equities investments.
Roland Lescure, who more than doubled private equity assets during his tenure at the Canadian pension plan, is running for representative of French expats in North America in the French legislature.
The California pension plans to engage Meketa, currently its real assets advisor, as its new private equity consultant for the remainder of PCA’s contract period ending June 2020.
Brooks Preston left the agency, along with nine other political appointees, when the new US president arrived at the White House.
Harvard Management Company, which has an infrastructure allocation target ranging from 6% to 16%, is also cutting staff headcount by half and shifting its strategy to become a generalist organisation.
Average top bids for stakes in infrastructure funds have surged 33% since 2011, according to advisory firm Setter Capital.
Partner Julie Riewe, who was a former SEC asset management unit co-chief, thinks there isn’t much upside for GPs to self-report compliance issues to the regulator.
Elizabeth Littlefield, the CEO of the US government’s development finance institution, discusses OPIC’s impact investing tracking system and its interest in venture capital and renewable energy.
The Connecticut system of pension funds has appointed Laurie Martin, formerly at a Massachusets-based nonprofit healthcare institution, to replace Deborah Spalding.

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