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Kempen Capital Management’s director, private markets, Marvin de Jong, warns that the covid-19 crisis is not a re-run of 2008.
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Secondary market innovations bode well for investors and GPs that need to be nimble in an evolving landscape, write Mozaic Capital’s Solomon Owayda and Christine Patrinos.
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The conventional wisdom that M&A or IPO are the only two paths to liquidity for a business may no longer hold true, write Todd Miller and Katie Stitch of W Capital Partners.
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Sellers of privately held company shares are getting creative with their holdings during the crisis, writes Liquid Stock co-founder Greg Martin.
Portfolio finance can offer additional investment firepower or a source of liquidity, both of which are in high demand in the fallout from the pandemic, explains Augustin Duhamel.
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The secondaries market will play an important role in rejuvenating the economy, and its role will be more flexible, innovative and sophisticated than it has been in past crises.
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Dan Nolan of Duff & Phelps discusses how technology adopted from hedge funds can be used to contain the damage of the crisis.
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