FINSwire Sep 20 2010

The Five Best- and Worst-Performing PE Funds

By finswire team

California's Public Employees Retirement System operates the largest private equity portfolio in the U.S. After CalPERS published its updated fund-by-fund data, which includes everything from a fund's committed cash to its net internal rate of return, Fortune dissected the list to find the five best-performing PE funds in the country -- and the worst.

The good:

1. Clearstone Venture Partners

2. T3 Partners II

3. GCP California Fund

4. WLR Recovery Fund II

5. Permira Europe I

The not-so good:

1. Aberdare II Annex Fund

2. Exxel Capital Partners V

3. Opportunity Capital Partners IV

4. Convergence Ventures II

5. Richardson Capital Private Equity 2

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