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Shale Markets, Llc / Eps, Zhejiang Satellite Petrochemical Pen Deal For 4 Dual-fuel Vlecs

By Jasmina Ovcina Image courtesy: EPS Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS) has won a bid to purchase, build, and operate four 98,000 cubic meter VLECs for China-based Zhejiang Satellite Petrochemical (STL). The vessels will be carrying ethane from the US Gulf Coast to Shenzhen-listed STL’s plant in Lianyungang, China. Under the novation contract with STL, EPS...
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Editor's Take: The Week That Was - Oct 19-24

This edition features exclusives from top unicorns and captures developments in the mock meat space. The post Editor's take: The week that was - Oct 19-24 appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
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Private Equity Pay, For Associates Up To Partners: Compensation Report

Summary List PlacementFinance executives, on earnings calls and public appearances, have been clear when comparing the current pandemic to the financial crisis more than a decade ago that they are fundamentally different. One example that that's the case is the enthusiasm from investors for private equity, an industry with tens of billions of unused capital before the pandemic hit. Dealmaking has slowed, but funds looking to raise capital are optimistic about the industry's outlook.
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Solar Power Is Shining Bright | Tactical Allocation Channel

By VanEck In this New York Times article, Portfolio Manager Shawn Reynolds discusses why renewable energy has become one of his biggest bets. The top three holdings of the VanEck Global Hard Assets Fund ("the Fund") currently are solar power companies. As of 9/30/20, Sunrun Inc. is 9.5% of net assets, SolarEdge Technologies, Inc. is 7.5% and [...] The post Solar Power is Shining Bright appeared first on ETF Trends.
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Exclusive: Jumbotail Bags $10.5 Mn From Jumbofund, Heron Rock

Bengaluru-based online B2B marketplace for food and grocery, Jumbotail, has raised $10.5 Mn (INR 78.28 Cr) in a funding round...
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Yale May Have Just Turned Institutional Investing On Its Head With A New Diversity Edict - Techcrunch

It could be the long-awaited turning point in the world of venture capital and beyond. Yale, whose $32 billion endowment has been led since 1985 by the legendary investor David Swensen, just let its 70 U.S. money managers across a variety of asset classes know that for the school, diversity has now moved front and [...]
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Editorial: Erb Top Priority Should Be Fiduciary, Not Morality >> Albuquerque Journal

Why stop there?The state Educational Retirement Board chose social conscience over fid ...: There may be an issue with the delivery of your newspaper. This alert will expire at NaN. Click here for more info. .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... The state Educational Retirement Board chose social conscience over fiduciary duty last week when it voted 4-2 to drop investments in private prison companies. For some boards, that may be a good thing.
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The 24 Hottest Edtech Startups In Europe, According To Investors

Summary List Placement The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a surge of investment in education startups, as millions of students young and old around the world are forced to learn from home under lockdown. Even before the virus forced much of the world to shift to remote learning, global investment in the sector hit a staggering $18 billion. Now even more cash is being thrown at "edtech" startups, as demonstrated by SoftBank's $200 million bet on Scandinavian firm Kahoot.
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Bridgewater's Prince Warns Of Severely Limited Growth Post-covid

Bob Prince, co-chief investment officer of the world's biggest hedge fund at Bridgewater Associates, said an unusual combination of low interest rates and rising debt during the pandemic will "severely" limit potential growth rates in the aftermath of the pandemic. Fiscal policy will remain the primary source of stimulus, fueling the risk that government debts become too high and leading to pressure on exchange rates, he said. These problems will be more acute outside of Asia. "Global investors tend to be very Western-centric," Prince said on Bloomberg TV. "The East is nothing like that. It's not just China.
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Anticipating Activism: Implications For Your 2021 Annual Meeting Of Stockholders | Latham & Watkins Llp

Activist investors often begin planning their campaigns as much as a year in advance of the annual meeting. This includes accumulating stock positions, coordinating with other hedge funds in so-called "wolf packs," analyzing the target company's defenses and vulnerabilities, and making initial contacts with the target company. Therefore, target companies should focus on early vigilance and advance preparation. Please see full Publication below for more information....By: Latham & Watkins LLP.
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