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Thought leadership from the secondaries sector’s leading voices including legal experts, industry veterans, asset class specialists (from real estate to private equity) and academics.

A market downturn, diverging views on valuations and ‘risk off’ attitudes are causing many GP-led deals to be repriced.
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Trying to standardise terms in a fast evolving industry is a complicated and worthy endeavour.
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With the halfway point of the year upon us, we look at the events that have defined secondaries in 2022 so far.
Institutional investors in real estate are becoming increasingly informed on the benefits of manager-led secondary deals in particular, writes Lazard's James Jacobs.
Real estate could be the perfect asset class for GP-led secondaries, despite key legal and tax issues, says Steven Cowins, co-chair of Greenberg Traurig’s real estate fund practice.
As the economy turns downward and the rationale behind GP-led deals changes, the SEC’s fairness opinion mandate could be a good thing for the secondaries market.
Jed Johnson, head of ORIX USA's GP-led investment team, tells Secondaries Investor about the $85bn asset manager's plans.
Private equity’s fastest growing sub-sector is also getting market participants excited in adjacent asset classes.
Oliver Gardey and Ryan Levitt discuss market volatility, the need for specialism in secondaries and the likely drivers of LP deals in 2022.

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