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A few issues could give the commission cause for concern in what appear to be relatively vanilla transactions.
The US regulator is getting to grips with potential conflicts of interest in plain vanilla deals.
In 2016 the death of Clessidra’s founder and figurehead threw the Italian firm into disarray and threatened to scupper a fundraising process. We meet the men charged with riding to the rescue
Is investor focus on key person clauses misguided?
Why a healthy fund of funds would be sold to an asset manager.
Uncompeted deal processes, which LPs ‘love to focus on’, do not lead to better returns, Carlyle Group and Pantheon dealmakers say.
The Swiss private equity firm will be renamed Schroder Adveq.
Larry Thuet, managing director and co-founder of secondaries advisor Park Hill, tells us whether the market is changing and whether securitisations will increase.
The European secondaries investor picked up stakes in two European Capital debt funds from the firm’s previous owner, American Capital, as part of the acquisition announced last week.
The firm has sold its remaining stake in the niche Swedish lender it acquired from Palamon Capital Partners in 2010.