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New regulations in Namibia to boost private equity

Namibia’s new regulations requiring institutional investors to allocate a minimum percentage of their assets to unlisted investments looks set to provide the private equity sector with a boost in the sector. Regulations 28 and 29 mandate that insurance companies and pensions funds must now invest between 1.75% and 3.5% of their assets to the underutilized alternative asset class in the country.

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