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Madeleine Farman

Madeleine Farman is a senior reporter for PEI Group’s Private Equity International and Secondaries Investor titles, based in London. Prior to joining PEI, she had covered private equity, private capital and advisers associated with the industry for other newsrooms and publications since 2016. Originally from New Zealand, Madeleine began her career in radio in Auckland.
Secondaries firms should develop vehicles capable of providing liquidity for a wider variety of players within the infrastructure space, says HarbourVest’s Diego Jimenez at PEI Group's Infrastructure Investor Network Global Summit.
Kaiser Permanente has returned to the secondaries market with its third billion-plus portfolio in three years. As first-timers come to market, the secondaries market is hopeful more LPs will take a regular approach in the years to come.
Kevin Lu Partners Group Milken Institute Global Investor’s Symposium
The firm is seeing two- to three-times more secondaries deal flow than it had for the previous programme, Asia chairman Kevin Lu said at the Milken Institute Global Investor’s Symposium on Tuesday.
In this podcast, Secondaries Investor's Madeleine Farman, Adam Le and Hannah Zhang dig deeper into the latest advisory reports, discussing key trends seen last year and how this could translate into dealmaking this year.
The continuation fund for global life science ingredients distributor Barentz is understood to be around €850m in size.
Following an era of innovation, secondaries now enters an age of capitalisation with new entrants joining the market, secondaries professionals told PEI Group’s NEXUS summit in Florida.
A fire extinguisher sign on a white wall
ICG and Kirkbi A/S acquired Minimax in 2014 with ICG and co-investors acquiring Kirkbi's stake in 2018.
Headshot of Riccardo Villa, Rede Partners
Riccardo Villa will advise firms accessing capital at both the portfolio and corporate level.
Permira is moving five assets into a continuation fund including US customer experience solutions provider Genesys, which was previously part of a continuation fund transaction in 2020.
Montana Capital Partners managing partners Jan 29
The firm opened its first international office last year, two years after its tie-up with PGIM, and retains its Swiss heritage in its approach to deal-making.

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