Hans Swildens is chief executive and founder of the venture capital-focused fund of funds and secondaries specialist. He speaks to Secondaries Investor about who's selling what, the rise of corporate spin-outs, and how small and complex rules the day.
In this second part of our Q&A, advisor Evercore's Nigel Dawn discusses GP-led deals and where that sector of the market might go from here.
Ian Charles, a partner on Landmark Partners’ private equity team and Jamie Sunday, a partner on the firm’s real estate team, discuss how secondaries transactions worth more than $1bn may lead to a record year for deal volume.
Nigel Dawn, from advisor Evercore, discusses some of the ways in which GPs can strategically access the secondaries market to actively manage their portfolios, as well as LPs' familiarity with asset sales.
We take a closer look at the Nordic firm's recent deal and the vogue for stapled transactions.
In this second part of our Q&A with law firm Proskauer, Mike Suppappola and Kate Simpson discuss the use of special purpose vehicles in structured secondaries and treading a fine line in fund restructurings and recapitalisations.
A few issues could give the commission cause for concern in what appear to be relatively vanilla transactions.
Proskauer's Kate Simpson and Mike Suppappola discuss important legal and structural ramifications that have arisen amid increased diversification in deal types.
Specialisation is becoming a critical edge for secondaries firms; it’s no wonder the five firms who joined our ranking of the top 30 managers all have this in common.
In this extract from The Secondaries Market, Coller Capital's Gerald Carton, discusses why LPs sell.