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Carmela Mendoza

Carmela Mendoza is a senior reporter for Private Equity International based in London. She first joined PEI in Hong Kong in 2015 and covered Asia. A graduate of Ateneo de Manila University, she previously worked for a digital agency in Singapore focused on government websites and publications covering business, trade and industry, transport, and social development.
Rocket cash money growth launch
BSP IX has raised $14bn and is poised to reach $20bn by year-end, the firm revealed during its first-quarter earnings call.
Sponsors must ensure their own interests align with those of their existing LPs and the buyers to combat a rise in 'conflict washing', panellists at last week's Invest Europe forum warned.
Blackstone is on track to reach $20bn for its latest flagship secondaries fund, having nearly achieved its target in the space of a quarter.
Asian scientist or doctors use microscopes to test for the coronavirus (COVID 19). Or a new flu virus to save human life In the lab Or hospital. Successful in researching the treatment of patients
Holding assets longer is not always the first consideration for prized assets, healthcare investors said at a Dechert conference.
Suyi Kim CPPIB
Suyi Kim, previously head of Asia at the Canadian pension giant, has been named to lead its private equity unit globally.
Scott Nuttall
The private equity giant is looking at opportunities to acquire secondaries firms or set the unit up organically, according to co-president and co-COO Scott Nuttall.
New York
The world's biggest asset manager in recent weeks amassed nearly $8bn across its debut secondaries fund and its third renewable energy fund.
BlackRock Secondaries & Liquidity Solutions has completed over 15 transactions including single and multi-fund portfolios, GP-led restructurings and other complex deals.
Boston
The private equity firm has traditionally retained exposure to assets the 'old fashioned way', according to managing partner James Brocklebank.
CEO Kewsong Lee says there was a ‘huge cross sell’ between AlpInvest and the rest of Carlyle, with more than 40% of LPs invested in both.
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