PE industry hopes to lure super cash

Australia’s top private equity firms gather in Melbourne this week, hoping to win over greater commitments from the nation’s richest super funds.

Australia’s private equity (PE) industry is hoping to lure more investment from the nation’s superannuation funds, which have been growing rapidly but have slashed allocations to private equity in recent years.

Buyout firms including CHAMP Private Equity, Crescent Capital Partners and Anchorage Capital Partners will be talking to some of Australia’s biggest super funds at the private equity industry’s annual conference over the next two days.

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