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15 December 2015

Japan’s GPIF piles up infrastructure cash as it moves into alternative investments space

bonsai-316573_1280 Japan’s JPY 135trn ($1.1trn) national pension fund has raised infrastructure investments considerably over the past few quarters, boosting the capital allocated to infra projects more than ten times.

17 September 2015

Japan’s giant pension fund, GPIF, reported in PE deal with IFC

Japan map Japan's giant national pension fund – well known for being the world's largest fund of its kind – is about to take its first step in the direction of private equity, through a deal with the International Finance Corp, according to a published report.

23 May 2014

KKR calls on world’s biggest pension fund to join it in buyout deals

Japanese flag pole Global buyout giant KKR has urged the world’s largest pension fund to start investing in private equity so it can team up with it on deals, it is understood.

21 October 2013

New hire, staff changes suggests PE investment looms for $1.2tn Japan pension fund

Japanese flag pole Japan’s mammoth $1.2tn pension fund is reportedly making initial moves to begin investing in private equity after instructing several of its investment staff to focus on the asset class.

4 October 2012

Japanese pension giant GPIF mulls private equity, infrastructure

The chairman of Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund, the world’s largest pension fund with JPY108.2tn ($1.38tn) of assets under management, has said it may invest in alternative assets such as private equity and infrastructure in the future.

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