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The inaccurate valuation of a target and the failure to integrate a company are the two biggest concerns when pursuing a private equity transaction.
Headway founder Christiaan de Lint explains why secondaries deal flow might slow down once banks gets to grips with tough regulations.
As FATCA comes into force this month, private equity firms are scrambling to ensure they avoid the negative financial impact that comes with non-compliance.
An increasing number of fund managers are changing their marketing strategies to better comply with new regulations in Europe.
Michael Clarke, head of investor services for the EMEA region at CBRE Global Investors, tells us what he expects in the European real estate secondaries market.
Michael Granoff talks to us about Pomona’s latest fund and the changes he has seen in the secondaries market during his 20 years at the firm.
When it comes to pricing, less-sought-after funds get a rougher deal compared their well-known peers, according to Toronto-based Setter's latest report on the secondaries market.
European private equity firms risk facing competition law exposure during bidding processes, a report by Travers Smith reveals.
The secondaries transaction opportunities often come along with execution challenges and risks, according to HarbourVest's Brett Gordon.
The independent multi-manager division of CBRE Global Investors has been given AIFMD accreditation, one of the first property fund managers to receive such authorisation.