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Pomona Capital: The evolving secondaries market

Secondaries firm Pomona Capital celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Chief executive and founder Michael Granoff discusses how the secondaries environment and Pomona have evolved and what he sees for the future
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ILPA’s GP-led guidance comes with implementation challenges

Disclosure, the role of the LPAC and status quo options may make some GP-led restructurings unaligned with the industry body's guidelines, according to Cleary Gottlieb.

How GPs can take the lead on GP-leds

On the heels of ILPA’s recent best practices on GP-led secondaries, BRG’s Finbarr O’Connor and Gavin Farrell take a practical look at issues important to LPs, and how GPs can address the guidance as they formulate transactions.
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Landmark: the critical aspects of a fund restructuring

GP-led deals are on the rise. How does this growth compare with historical levels, and what do these liquidity solutions look like from a secondaries investor’s standpoint? Landmark Partners’ Jamie Sunday and Ian Charles explain.

Carlyle’s Schwarzschild on 5 ways to get ahead

Sarah Schwarzschild, partner and head of secondaries at Metropolitan, Carlyle's real estate platform, shares her thoughts on balancing professional progression with raising a family.

BRG: How to extract liquidity from tail-end assets

Executives from BRG discuss the alternatives to liquidity for mature funds that are struggling to access the secondaries market in this sponsored Q&A.

Ardian: LPs demand a more customised approach

Investment solutions tailored to an investor’s needs are gaining in popularity, according to the investment firm's Martin Kessi and Krista Oertle.

Secondaries: A bigger, more nuanced market

Armed with the most recent data, Nigel Dawn, senior managing director at Evercore, reflects on the market's growth, what has surprised him the most in its evolution and where he sees it heading in the next decade.

Counterparty? What counterparty?

Buyers who acquire assets from a fund that is winding down need to be aware of several key issues, including the lack of a counterparty from which to recover any losses, according to Proskauer's Andy Shore.

The cost of restructuring a fund

Tom Angell, partner at financial services firm WithumSmith+Brown, dissects the results of sister publication pfm's Fees & Expenses Benchmarking Survey.

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