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David Lee, Duff & Phelps
The best way to determine if net asset values reflect reality is to perform a fundamental valuation of each of the individual assets in GP-led process, writes Duff & Phelps's David Lee.
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Four lawyers from Paul Hastings describe the implications of IRS regulations that affect secondaries market participants.
Ed Ford and Sacha Gofton-Salmond of law firm Travers Smith outline the pros and cons of preferred equity transactions.
Single-asset transactions, a growing part of the secondaries market, can offer unique benefits to all parties, write Evercore’s Nigel Dawn, Francesca Paveri and Dave El Helou.
Ropes & Gray’s Raj Marphatia and Jianing Zhang explain how a secondaries transaction on an Indian-focused fund nearly fell apart.
AlpInvest Partners’ Wouter Moerel and Chris Perriello, managing directors and co-heads of the firm’s secondaries investment team, discuss growth in the secondaries market, why they don’t use leverage and what a worst-case scenario could look like.
As GP-led restructurings continue to increase momentum, lawyers at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld consider how market practice is developing in a fast-moving sector.
Simon Havers of executive search firm Odgers Berndtson details why carried interest allocation is not smooth sailing.
Abe Finkelstein
The little known ‘low-funded secondary’ can help GPs in the short and long term, writes Vintage's Abe Finkelstein (pictured).
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The secondaries market's transformation into a $70bn market is due to both a wave of the Fairy Godmother’s wand and the payoff for years of scrubbing floors, write Houlihan Lokey's Jeff Hammer and Paul Sanabria.
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