Welcome to the weekend, everybody. Here’s some news for your reading enjoyment.
Commodity-focused funds haven’t fared well this year, but a small subset of computer-driven CTAs have outperformed significantly.
A virus cleverly disguised as an email from the Carlyle Group about carried interest is identified by a security company.
Firms like Carlyle know that having a local partner can help open doors.
Axa Private Equity and LGT Capital Partners are acquiring €620 million of private equity fund investments made by HSH Nordbank.
The Municipal Employees’ Retirement System of Michigan will allocate up to $750 million to Carlyle and AlpInvest.
Axa Private Equity has bought a $740 million portfolio of private equity fund investments from Barclays.
Carlyle is seeking to buy a majority stake in French decoder maker Sagemcom.
Citigroup is selling its private equity assets portfolio worth $1.7 billion to European buyout firm AXA Private Equity.