The growth of the secondaries market has led to problems relating to publicly traded partnership rules becoming more common.
Five observations on Canada’s largest private equity investor and its approach to the secondaries market.
With its IPO at the beginning of March, Hamilton Lane became the latest manager to position itself for the future.
While tail-end portfolio sales are a growing part of the secondaries market, their heavy reliance on discounts and leverage can come back to sting buyers.
Donald Trump’s picks for cabinet secretaries have brought a raft of surprises. What secondaries market participants weren’t expecting was that it would spur dealflow.
Secondaries Investor recently caught up with Unigestion’s Christophe de Dardel and Akina’s Thomas Frei on how a combined entity with $6bn of private equity assets under management will operate.
A near 40% decline in deal value meant a different focus for the firm’s latest private real estate secondaries research, and gives sister publication PERE’s editor Jonathan Brasse cause to think the sector is entering a pivotal period.
Many in US private equity are desperately hoping for far-reaching regulatory relief under President Trump – but only mildly optimistic that it will actually happen.
A second dip in annual deal volume isn’t cause for alarm if practitioners position themselves properly.
Secondaries professionals have given us their predictions for North America and Europe. Here’s what market sources expect the Asia-Pacific region will deliver this year.