CalPERS is moving to an "actionable tracking error," a risk-control method that now will take only public assets into consideration.
H.I.G. Capital closed the H.I.G. Europe Middle Market LBO Fund at $2.4 billion.
The pending departure of two top executives is just the latest in a series of issues that TCW Group has seen.
Six members of GoldPoint Partners' seven-person executive team including CEO Tom Haubenstricker resigned.
Mubadala Investment Co. has formed a joint venture with Crow Holdings to develop $1 billion of Class A industrial properties in the U.S.
Tad Rivelle, CIO of fixed income at TCW Group, will retire at the end of the year after nearly 35 years in the industry.
Pete Mitchell joined private credit manager PennantPark Investment Advisers as managing director and head of private capital fundraising.
Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions board renewed for three years its contract with GIA Partners.
The Jordan Co. has closed its first continuation fund, which raised about $1.3 billion from a Hamilton Lane-led investor group.
Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions board canceled a search for a levered bank loan manager.
Office properties with outdoor access are gaining popularity — and higher valuations.
APG, CalSTRS and a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority are acquiring Arevon Energy Inc., a new renewable energy company.
Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions renewed the contracts of Channing Capital, Phocas Financial and Boston Common Asset Management.
Private credit managers are raising giant funds to invest in Europe, a very different market than the U.S.
Blue Owl Capital reported $62.4 billion in assets under management as of June 30, including $56.9 billion in permanent capital vehicles.
Private credit funds are bigger than ever, and even with lower expected returns, investors are banking they will outperform bonds.
Bain & Co. predicts $1.1 trillion in global buyout transactions by the end of 2021, more than triple the $306 billion in transactions in 2011.