Larry Thuet, managing director and co-founder of secondaries advisor Park Hill, tells us whether the market is changing and whether securitisations will increase.
In January, Singapore’s Axiom Asia Private Capital raised more than $1 billion for its fourth Asia-focused fund of funds. Secondaries Investor spoke to managing partner Alex Lee about why the firm expects secondaries to play a larger role in its latest vehicle.
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.
Secondaries Investor caught up with the Kline Hill Partners founder on the final close of its debut fund and its take-private of London-listed PEI in October.
Investment bank Houlihan Lokey’s co-head of illiquid financial assets, Jeffrey Hammer, tells Secondaries Investor how his team views the non-traditional landscape.
Amid the emergence of managers specialising in GP-led deals, advisors are still vital in a complex sector with inherent conflicts of interest, according to Yaron Zafir, head of secondaries at London-based advisory firm Rede Partners.
Adam Howarth, co-head of private equity secondaries at Partners Group, explains how heightened anxiety in the market is impacting activity at the firm and why secondaries returns will become increasingly mixed.
Each regional market poses its own set of challenges and opportunities according to Darren Massara, managing partner at the only Asian firm to make our Si30 ranking.
Avoiding the crowded core is key to finding value in an asset class that is growing explosively, according to Pantheon’s Andrea Echberg.
Some GP-led deals fail due to a lack of trust, and GPs should be completely transparent about any benefits they receive, according to law firm Proskauer Rose’s Howard Beber and Michael Suppappola.