Digital Alpha Advisors closed its second digital infrastructure fund at more than $1 billion, above its initial hard cap and target.
Investors like health care because it's resilient, but there are risks, such as headline risk, to consider.
Lawmakers and plan sponsors are taking a closer look at private equity's impact on health-care providers.
Richard Johnson joined Appian Capital Advisory as global head of investor relations and a managing director.
Apollo Global Management Inc. leaned heavily on capital from its limited partners as it expanded its relationship with Athene Holding.
Private credit managers with the help of permanent capital, funds and co-investments, are aiming to make large bank-like loans.
Apollo Global Management and other alternative managers are pushing to expand into retail investment.
Alternative money manager Onex Corp. acquired private credit manager Falcon Investment Advisors.
GP-led recapitalizations of existing assets are expected to continue growing in 2021, giving GPs time and capital to invest.
York Capital Management will spin out its Asia unit and wind down its European hedge funds business as part of a shift in focus.
U.S. institutions have record investments in real assets, which have been challenged thus far.
Apollo Global Management's top executives said Leon Black's business relationship with Jeffrey Epstein could cut into fundraising.
Alternative managers are finding it harder to attract investments from new clients despite strong interest in their strategies.
Publicly traded alternative investment firms are increasing AUM by buying insurance companies and adding retail clients.
Institutional LPs are committing more of their money with megamanagers, even as those firms seek to manage money for insurance companies and retail.
Private debt managers are coming out of the COVID-19 crisis with high hopes for a strong year on expected demand for credit.
Angelo, Gordon & Co. raised more than $1.5 billion in commitments for its latest European real estate fund, exceeding its target.
BlackRock's Jim Barry is in fighting spirits even as the ferocious market rebound drains his pool of cheap investible assets.
Direct lenders are sharpening their focus on portfolios, as companies battered by the coronavirus pandemic call on their creditors for help.
Apollo Global Management is seeking to start its own credit investment business in India as it plans to end a joint venture with ICICI Bank.
Carlyle Japan taps executive at KKR-backed auto parts maker to join its corporate carve-out team in Tokyo.
The world's biggest real estate investors, sitting on piles of cash, prepare for once-in-a-lifetime opportunities created by the pandemic.
A sharp and unprecedented decline in U.S. oil prices last month, triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, will have a domino effect on Canada.
Private equity firms are finding a new place to put their billions of dollars: investing in public companies pummeled by the COVID-19 economic collapse.
The pain suffered by private credit managers could provide investment opportunities in well-priced secondary market deals.