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  1. New Launches: Swiss boutique launches EM impact bond fund, Jungle Ventures to raise $200m third venture capital fund, CPR AM licences five funds with new climate rating, Sailing Capital seeks $1.5bn for second fund, Liquid multi-strategy alts focus of new Schroder fund, Vivo Capital rakes in $864m, Swiss group launches sustainable European small-cap fund[more]

    Swiss boutique launches EM impact bond fund From City Wire: Swiss impact investmenting boutique BlueOrchard has launched a Ucits-complaint impact bond fund. The Luxembourg-domiciled Emerging Markets SDG Impact Bond fund will allocate to companies in emerging and frontier markets and aims t

  2. Institutional Investors: PennPSERS earmarks $450m for 3 funds, adds new funds to DC lineup, Qatar Investment Authority has accelerated investments in technology, Elon Musk says he would no longer accept Saudi investment, San Francisco City & County Employees slates $192m for alternatives[more]

    PennPSERS earmarks $450m for 3 funds, adds new funds to DC lineup From PIonline.com: Pennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, allocated $450 million to three investment funds and added 11 new funds to its defined contribution lineup, confirmed Evelyn Williams,

  3. Swiss asset manager GAM sees big 2018 loss, omits dividend[more]

    From Reuters: Swiss asset manager GAM Holding AG will cut staff by a tenth and omit a 2018 dividend, it said on Thursday, forecasting a 2018 net loss of around 925 million Swiss francs ($931 million) as it shakes up its embattled business. Assets under management continued to fall, dropping to

  4. News Briefs: Psychedelics, Ferraris and art: An alternative investment guide, 100 millionaires built their fortunes using a simple investment strategy, Top 10 countries the super-rich call home[more]

    Psychedelics, Ferraris and art: An alternative investment guide From Fa-Mag: When money and connections mean you can invest in just about anything, anywhere and over any time frame, what winds up in your portfolio? Yes, the rich are buffeted by the same forces affecting everyone else: ris

  5. SWF: Qatar fund building venture capital unit for U.S. startups, What's so funny about $1tn? The Norwegians who manage it[more]

    Qatar fund building venture capital unit for U.S. startups From Bloomberg: Qatar's sovereign wealth fund, famous for investments in London's Shard and Tiffany & Co., is quietly expanding its venture capital unit to invest in U.S. startups, according to people familiar with the matter.