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investmentweek.co.uk October 26, 2020

M&g's Araujo 'not Ready To Give Up On Airport Infrastructure' Despite Sell-off

M&G Investments' Alex Araujo has said he is "not ready to give up on airport infrastructure" yet, despite having reduced his exposure to the sector during March's market sell-off.
Read by 45% of LPs

investmentweek.co.uk October 26, 2020

The Carlyle Group Takes Majority Stake In Calastone

Private equity and alternatives fund house The Carlyle Group is set to take a majority stake in Calastone, with the world's largest funds network set for its "next phase of its development and growth".
Read by 44% of LPs

allaboutalpha.com October 25, 2020

The Alternative Imperative, Part Ii | Allaboutalpha: Alternative Investing Trends And Analysis | A Finance Blog About Private Equity, Commodities, And Other Alternative Asset Classes.

By Rick Roche, CAIA, Little Harbor Advisors, LLC Part 2 of a two-part series on The Alternative Imperative in the COVID Era. In Part 2, the author tackles notorious technology laggards. This piece transitions to alternative data pioneers (Alt-Venturers) and the 4-1-1 on Alt-Data: Hype or Hope? The author dispelsRead More.
Read by 66% of LPs

investmentweek.co.uk October 20, 2020

Seneca Im Continues To Back Merian Chrysalis After Latest Fundraising 'turnaround'

Seneca Investment Managers once again added to its position in Merian Chrysalis as part of the trust's latest fundraising effort, the success of which indicates "one hell of a turnaround" in investor sentiment since its 2018 initial public offering (IPO), according to Seneca fund manager Richard Parfect.
Read by 70% of LPs

investmentweek.co.uk October 20, 2020

Msim Appointed Manager Of Lciv Global Equity Fund

Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM) has been appointed manager of the newly launched LCIV Global Equity Core fund. : If you have any problems with your access or would like to request an individual access account please contact our customer service team. Professional Adviser is excited to launch the new ESG Masterclass, taking place live online from 27th - 28th October. Delegates attending this event will benefit from thought-provoking presentations, informative Q&A sessions and structured CPD hours.
Read by 54% of LPs

investmentweek.co.uk October 13, 2020

Pictet Alternative Advisors Launches First Thematic Private Equity Fund

Pictet Alternative Advisors (PAA), the Pictet Group's alternative investment business line, has launched its first thematic private equity fund which focuses on technology investments.
Read by 52% of LPs

investmentweek.co.uk October 12, 2020

Premier Global Infrastructure Trust Adopts New Investment Policy To Target Renewable Energy

The Premier Global Infrastructure Trust has received shareholder approval for a change to its investment policy which will allow the manager to focus on opportunities in the renewable energy sector.
Read by 55% of LPs

whatinvestment.co.uk October 08, 2020

Private Equity Investment Appeal Is On The Increase For Retail Investors

As institutional investors earn lower yields from traditional fixed income securities, higher-risk asset classes such as public and private equity are more likely to be considered to deliver target returns.
Read by 79% of LPs

thinkadvisor.com September 24, 2020

When Will We Get Vanguard Pe Products In 401(k) Plans?

The Department of Labor's proposal to add private equity funds to 401(k) plans made headlines and raised concerns in June. But it will take a lot of time for these funds to work their way through the regulatory system and be made available to accredited investors, let alone retail clients, according to a panel of experts who spoke recently at this year's virtual Morningstar Investment Conference. In February, when Vanguard broke the news that it would be introducing private equity funds to investors, the fund giant startled those who feel this type of fund should be limited to high-net-worth investors.
Read by 42% of LPs

investmentweek.co.uk September 24, 2020

Fvf's Gregory: Why Venture Capitalists Need To Turn To Female-founded Businesses

Start-up businesses run by women are far more likely to be overlooked by venture capitalists (VCs) because female directors often undersell themselves in pitches, their companies tend to offer steady rather than fast-paced growth, and due to a lack of female representation across investment networks, according to chair of the Female Ventures Fund's (FVF) advisory board Lesley Gregory.
Read by 64% of LPs