Iowa Regents sees success with funds of funds: VCJ

A relatively small handful of LPs rely almost exclusively on funds of funds to pick their venture and private equity fund managers, but few can claim the kind of initial success that the Iowa Board of Regents is seeing with its modest private equity and venture capital portfolio, affiliate magazine Venture Capital Journal reports.


Growth equity an eclectic mix at Hawaii ERS: VCJ

The growth equity portfolio at the Hawaii Employees’ Retirement System is an eclectic mix of small-scale later stage funds and massive multi-billion capital pools with a broad, balanced approach. Results are reasonably good.


Bubble-year funds struggle to get ahead: VCJ

Many bubble-year funds still struggle to turn the corner. This is the case at the Employees’ Retirement System of the State of Hawaii, where mixed results describe a portfolio of 23 funds with vintages of 1998, 1999 and 2000.


Bubble-era funds still struggle for gains: VCJ

Venture distributions have been up nicely for the past couple of years, with returns coming not just to contemporary funds but to those from bubble-era vintages that often badly need them.
Still, progress is slow in many cases.

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