As a record amount of money chases private equity deals and pushes prices higher, two of Australia’s largest super funds are limiting their exposure to around 5 per cent, preferring publicly-listed companies instead.
Sarah JonesOctober 30, 2019
David Veal, CIO of the $3 billion City of Austin Employees Retirement System, discussed private equity, managing strategic relationships, internalisation and adopting Norwegian investment beliefs at a recent Fiduciary Investors Symposium.
Amanda WhiteJuly 24, 2019
Peter Wiggs, the founding partner of Archer Capital, was sitting comfortably on stage at a conference. He crossed his legs, leaned back in his chair, took the microphone and proclaimed that investing in public companies is sub optimal. “Investing in public companies will produce sub-optimal outcomes as public companies serve 28-year old analysts and journalists,” […]
I & T NewsMarch 12, 2012
Australian private equity funds produce the second-best returns after China amongst Asian private equity funds. The Australian funds that manage $250 million or less have an internal rate of return of 18 per cent per annum over a decade, according to the Australian Private Equity & Venture Capital Association Ltd. Access to money for buyouts […]
I & T NewsFebruary 22, 2012