In this first part of their chapter from The Secondaries Market, executives from Lloyds Bank discuss the coming of age of debt in secondaries transactions.
Of keen interest to everyone in private equity: the SEC’s focus is likely to switch from implementing the Dodd-Frank Act to unravelling it.
Jedd Wider and Joseph Zargari of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius lay out the potential pitfalls in a process that is more complex than it may seem.
The Whitehorse Liquidity Partners managing partner and former head of secondaries and co-investments at Canada Pension Plan Investment Board gives us his predictions for how the secondaries market looks in 2017.
In the first part of our series on GP-led restructurings, KWM’s Gabriel Boghossian laid out what should happen at the beginning of the process. Now he takes us through the stages immediately before a deal.
Gabriel Boghossian, who leads secondaries at King and Wood Mallesons, discusses what full disclosure in GP-led deals means and what to watch out for when testing the market.
While secondaries deals are at their core simply trades, buyers have become more specialised, and advisors too have become more selective about the areas they compete in, according to Sixpoint Partners’ Shawn Schestag.
Anthony Silver (pictured) and Andrew Salter of Enhanced Venture Capital Recovery discuss how to dispose of non-core assets lingering in venture capital funds.
A model is emerging in the GP-led solutions market that can eliminate conflicts of interest, writes Evoco partner and co-founder Michel Galeazzi.
Investors in infrastructure secondaries should be cautious about focusing on brand-name funds and the associated high prices, according to two professionals at the firm.