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Alex Lynn

Alex Lynn is Hong Kong Bureau Chief at PEI Group, leading coverage of Asia-Pacific private markets for Private Equity International and editing its daily Side Letter briefing for subscribers. He joined the business in 2017 and previously covered the EMEA region from PEI's London office. Alex has a master's degree in Journalism from Kingston University. He can be reached at alex.l@pei.group.
Hong Kong UBS Blue Owl retail investment
Mark Uhrynuk was a founding member of the law firm's ESG steering committee.
Matt O'Sullivan Catalyst
Catalyst, a sustainability-focused private markets strategy, is drawn to opportunities in China’s burgeoning renewable energy sector, APAC head Matthew O’Sullivan tells PEI.
Rice fields in Vietnam
Mekong Earth and Forest Fund will target companies that help mitigate climate change through the regeneration of forests and soil in the lower Mekong region.
New York skyline
NYC's public pension plans will engage with private markets managers about excluding certain types of investment.
Apollo – after hinting at private debt and equity climate funds earlier this year – has registered a climate fund in Luxembourg.
The interest rate will be linked to sustainability performance target.
Mining in Australia
Under new leadership, Australian GPs and LPs are allocating more capital towards strategies and companies that could reduce the country’s carbon emissions.
ESG is given little consideration among South Korean investors, says a senior exec at Hyundai Marine & Fire Insurance, but the $35bn insurer is 'really interested in the impact side'.
This impact trailblazer has laid the groundwork to solve one of private equity’s greatest challenges: ESG reporting, reports affiliate title Private Equity International.
The $1.2trn China Investment Corporation last year established its first ESG policy framework, as the country bids to reach peak carbon emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060.

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