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Marine Cole

As Americas Editor for Private Equity, Marine Cole oversees and directs the deployment of resources across PEI Media’s portfolio of private equity-focused titles in North America, including Private Equity International, private funds management and Secondaries Investor. Based in New York, she has been reporting and writing on finance and business topics for more than a decade, including credit markets, tax and accounting, retirement, marketing and personal finance.

ILPA names new chief executive

Cambridge Associates COO Steven Nelson will succeed Peter Freire who left in June after two years.

The case for separate accounts

Multi-strategy managers are vying for SMA money, with KKR reportedly in line to land a $3bn whopper.

Oregon to bulk up alternative investment teams

The Oregon Investment Council plans to hire three new investment officers to focus on private equity, real estate and other alternative investment strategies.

Texas Teachers CIO joins Utimco

After more than a decade at the pension, which has $19bn of its assets in real estate, he will be replaced on an interim basis by deputy CIO Jerry Albright.

Private markets drive returns at Ontario Pension Board

Performance for the Canadian pension plan’s private portfolio, which continues to grow, is in line with last year’s.

RE one of OMERS' top-performing asset classes

The asset class's performance declined from in 2016 from the previous year, when it posted a 15.3 percent return.

Hamilton Lane files for IPO

The price and number of shares are yet to be determined by the firm which has about $274bn of assets under advisement and $40bn AUM. 

CalPERS increases interim allocation to real assets

The California pension plan cut its interim allocation to private equity from 10 percent to 8 percent.

Tennessee ups targets for real estate, private equity

The Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System is betting on alternative asset strategies for long-term growth while revising its allocations to other asset classes, including equities and fixed income.

Carlyle's Metropolitan closes debut secondaries fund

Real estate fund of funds Metropolitan Real Estate raised $550 million for its Metropolitan Real Estate Partners Secondaries & Co-Investments Program, which had an initial target of $450 million.

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