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Carmela Mendoza

Carmela Mendoza is a senior reporter for Private Equity International based in London. She first joined PEI in Hong Kong in 2015 and covered Asia. A graduate of Ateneo de Manila University, she previously worked for a digital agency in Singapore focused on government websites and publications covering business, trade and industry, transport, and social development.
With an eye on VC, the $12.2bn public pension is particularly interested in women-owned and minority-owned venture firms, according to CIO Angela Miller-May.
Women diversity
More than half of investment teams in UK and continental Europe were all-white last year and 12% featured no women, according to analysis by the two organizations.
European markets are easing the path to public markets to lure more funds and their portfolio companies as SPACs become more mainstream.
better dealmaking
Savvy sponsors are increasingly using data science to improve outcomes – from deal origination to due diligence and value creation.
LP Perspectives 2021 | Future of Private Equity | Venture Capital Journal
Managers have a big role to play in ensuring the resiliency and long-term value of investors’ portfolios, and they need to get better at supplying data.
Global tech
Four out of seven private equity transactions worth more than $1bn in enterprise value this year involved VC-backed companies, according to investment firm Atomico.
We examine how the Los Angeles pension’s initiative to back diverse and minority-owned PE managers has performed and evolved over more than a decade.
Asia-Pacific investors in particular are driving this trend, according to UBS and Campden Wealth's latest study
Vianney de Leudeville of British Business Investments discusses why the development bank subsidiary is seeding fund of funds like Top Tier
What do advanced driverless system Mobileye, augmented reality company Magic Leap and Google-owned crowdsourced traffic app Waze have in common? They were all founded by Israel-born or second-generation Israeli entrepreneurs. Israel, a nation of less than 9 million people, is a hotbed for innovative and successful startups. It has about 4,000 of them active and […]

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