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The $31bn manager is targeting secondaries investments through its 2019-vintage Fund XI and an in-market follow-on vehicle.
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The $82bn public employees' retirement fund, which is overweight in private equity, plans to maintain its commitment pace and take other actions to get the portfolio right-sized.
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Presenting the biggest and most eye-catching transactions in a year plagued by uncertainty and volatility amid the covid-19 pandemic.
hire
The pension giant wants to hire two senior principals for its London and either New York or Toronto offices.
warehouse
AIMCO invested €400m of equity in the deal centered around Aurelis Real Estate, a leading Germany-based light industrial real estate company.
hospital
The $60bn pension's private equity advisor, StepStone Group, is the lead investor on the deal, which includes healthcare company Confluent Medical Technologies.
canada
Louis Choy, a senior member of the pension giant's secondaries team, departs one month after fellow Europe lead Nik Morandi joined Strategic Partners.
los angeles
The $60bn pension has worked with the team previously when they were a part of Greenhill, and staff want to maintain that relationship.
Los Angeles
Some board members have voiced concerns about the pace at which the $20bn pension is implementing plans to branch out into secondaries and co-investments.
london
London CIV, formed through the pooling of 32 London Local Authority Pension Funds, is set to launch a series of private market investment funds.
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