Congress MP and Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad will meet President Ram Nath Kovind at 5 pm on Wednesday over the farm Bills and the suspension of the eight MPs, sources said.
After months of protests and riots, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has labeled Portland, Oregon; Seattle, and New York City as jurisdictions that permit violence and the destruction of property. Institutional investors, such as pensions and sovereign funds, own offices, retail, hotels, apartments in New York and other West Coast cities. With the COVID-19 [...]
Directors of the U.S. largest pension fund will discuss limiting personal investments by the fund's investment chief and potentially other officials following revelations that the fund's former investment chief held shares in one of its private equity managers.
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Fallout from the coronavirus pandemic failed to slow a push into private equity co-investments by one of California's largest public pension plans during this year's first half. The $253.6B California State Teachers' Retirement System ramped up commitments to both co-investing alongside fund general partners and to opportunistic debt funds.
Growing uncertainty surging through global financial markets is helping to shine a spotlight on the gold market as more generalist investors and funds look for safe-haven assets.
Apart from real estate funds and REITs, investors, today can also, participate in CRE opportunities directly through tech-enabled platforms that list, manage and sell income-generating assets on an entirely online platform.
The funds will target institutional investors including pension funds and sovereign wealth funds. There are many energy and climate-focused funds on the market, but what sets this new partnership apart is its scale, as well as its focus on natural capital specifically.
The company raised capital to meet high demand for comprehensive telehealth and virtual care solutions for private practices amidst the rapidly changing healthcare industry SANTA MONICA, Calif., August 25, 2020-- PatientPop, the market leader in practice growth technology, today announced it has secured a Series C capital round of $50 million, led by HLM Venture Partners, one of the top healthcare venture firms in the country, along with participation from new investors Commonfund and Vivo Capital, and existing investors Toba Capital, Transformation Capital, and Silicon Valley Bank.
The growing tension between China and the U.S. over trade and technological dominance is shining a spotlight on the billions of dollars that U.S. pension funds have channeled into Chinese technology companies in search of investment returns.