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Suyi Kim CPPIB
Suyi Kim, previously head of Asia at the Canadian pension giant, has been named to lead its private equity unit globally.
Shane Feeney, who has been responsible for overseeing the pension giant's roughly $101bn private equity portfolio, will join as global head of secondaries.
The pension moderated the pace of new secondaries commitments, citing a high risk/return bar amid decreased market activity as a result of the pandemic.
Los Angeles
Staff say they are seeing more GP-led secondaries than they have in the past, and are expecting to see more.
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The $31bn manager is targeting secondaries investments through its 2019-vintage Fund XI and an in-market follow-on vehicle.
Pine Street Capital, private equity
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.
Pennsylvania state capital, Harrisburg, PA
CIO Jim Grossman told the $63bn pension's board that staff would focus on slower private equity pacing to reduce its allocation for now.
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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.
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The pension giant wants to hire two senior principals for its London and either New York or Toronto offices.
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AIMCO invested €400m of equity in the deal centered around Aurelis Real Estate, a leading Germany-based light industrial real estate company.
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