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Recovery in 2021 is the theme of the first in a new series of networking briefings and panels hosted by Infrastructure Investor.   
Carlyle, BlackRock and Blackstone are among several firms that have condemned the violent riots that took place at the Capitol earlier this week.
Rather than fade into the background in light of covid, climate change and sustainability have dominated the conversation – and efforts – this year. We expect that will continue next year as well.
The $53.5bn pension would like to find a way to better measure the full workforces of potential investment managers, among other concerns.
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The initiative has 46 founding signatories, including Blackstone, The Carlyle Group and Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
Echoing the increasingly urgent public discussion around global warming and its impact, more investors are voicing their climate concerns, and goals, to their GPs, writes Victoria Robson.
The country's largest public pension has been exploring how it could increase its private equity exposure and begin committing to other asset classes, according to head of alternatives Per Olofsson.
The A$125bn superfund is trying to take fibre provider OptiComm private in a A$675m deal that follows three infrastructure investing themes quite closely.
Institutional investors want to avoid mistakes they made post-GFC and are looking to capitalise on investment opportunities working around covid-induced limitations, finds Probitas’ latest survey.
For better or worse private equity fundraising will have to be conducted with less of a human touch.
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