P&I’s 13th annual Japanese pension conference found participants grappling with the long-term prospect of negative government bond yields.
CITIC Capital Partners closed its latest China buyout fund at $2.8 billion, making it the firm's largest-ever fund close.
Digital Colony Management closed its inaugural fund, Digital Colony Partners, at $4.1 billion, surpassing its $3 billion target.
Blackstone Group is doubling down on the future of online shopping, agreeing to buy $18.7 billion of logistics assets from Singapore's GLP.
Billionaire investor George Soros disclosed a 3% stake in GAM Holding after the asset manager lost two-thirds of its value over a scandal.
TA Associates has closed TA XIII, its latest middle-market growth equity fund, at $8.5 billion, exceeding it's $7.5 billion target.
Pemberton Capital Advisors closed its Strategic Credit Opportunities Fund at $1.1 billion in line with its initial target.
PG&E tapped William "Bill" Johnson to become CEO and lead the California energy giant out of the biggest utility bankruptcy in U.S. history.
American Industrial Partners closed on its seventh middle-market buyout fund at its hard cap with $3 billion in commitments.
Big players in distressed debt are proposing a $35 billion plan that would allow PG&E Corp. to emerge from bankruptcy within a year.
Novalpina Capital Partners closed its Novalpina Capital Partners I fund at $1.13 billion ahead of its initial target.
Ontario Municipal Employees' Retirement System will commit $339 million to European start-up companies via its OMERS Ventures arm.
Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec acquired a 27% stake in Hilco Global, a financial services firm based in suburban Chicago.
SK Capital Partners closed its latest buyout fund, SK Capital Partners V, at about $2.1 billion.
Global alternatives firm TPG announced a final close for TPG Capital Asia VII at $4.6 billion in commitments.
Danske Bank is delaying its planned bond issuance awiating fallout from "new information" about Europe's largest money laundering scandal.
Levine Leichtman Capital Partners closed on its latest buyout fund, Levine Leichtman Capital Partners Fund VI, at its $2.5 billion hard cap.