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Foreign assets boost CalPERS’ transport-heavy portfolio

Core assets, including transportation and power, account for 81% of the pension’s infra portfolio, returning 24.8% for the year ending 30 June.

Alaska SWF’s transport bet drives double-digit infra returns

The $66bn Permanent Fund Corporation has just committed to Morgan Stanley’s new India fund and co-invested alongside the manager in the North American midstream sector.

KKR raises year’s largest fund with $7.4bn close

The firm’s third vehicle is nearly two-and-a-half times larger than its $3.1bn predecessor, which was raised in 2015, and has secured two deals to date.

LISTEN: Where are hurdle rates trending?

With managers increasingly putting pressure on LPs to enter the carry early, Threadmark partner Patricia Wilkinson and PEI senior editors Bruno Alves, Jonathan Brasse and Toby Mitchenall look across asset classes to find out whether the status quo really is changing.

Stonepeak: ‘We live and die by the results of what we do’

'Appalling’ timing gave founders Mike Dorrell and Trent Vichie a rough time at Blackstone. But that tough formative experience gave birth to one of the asset class’s standout operators. With their $7.2bn third fundraising behind them, we find out what’s next.

CPPIB’s Q1 results in four charts

The Canadian pension is targeting a C$40bn infrastructure portfolio within five years, after adding C$400m in assets from March to June this year.

I Squared in four charts

As the manager gears up to raise as much as $7bn, we bring you interactive charts on its portfolio composition, team growth, performance and more (hover over to go full-screen).

Why LPs don’t stress when GPs mess with the pref

The hurdle rate is facing downward pressure; investors might just let it slide.

KKR in five charts

As the manager prepares to close what could be the year's largest fund on more than $7bn, we bring you interactive charts on its AUM growth, past fund performance, fees, team growth and more (hover over to go full screen).

KKR loses third founding member from European infra team

Senior director Ram Kumar’s mid-July departure follows the exits of director Guido Mitrani in March and global co-head Jesus Olmos in April.

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