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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.

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Legal experts we spoke to this week say a black-and-white view of status quo options is neither useful nor practical.
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Panellists at PERE’s Europe Summit this week agreed on one thing: There are more opportunities than you can poke a stick at.
A few years ago there were doubts about whether the credit secondaries market had become fully established. There seems little room for such a view these days, writes Daniel Roddick of Ely Place.
The US regulator's vote this week to require greater disclosure from private fund sponsors is the tip of the upcoming regulatory iceberg.
LP-led mosaic transactions appear to be a common feature in the market today; expect them to remain for the foreseeable future.
Increasing interest from institutional investors in secondaries has not yet materialised in transaction volumes, writes James Jacobs, head of real estate for Lazard’s private capital advisory group.
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As traditional exit routes dry up – and with the IPO window seemingly shattered – finding a new source of liquidity is paramount. Once again, GP-leds look best placed to accommodate.
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Mike Harris and Mike Jaworski, managing directors at CREModels, outline tips for real estate investors seeking to maximise returns and ferret out risk.
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Coller Capital's founder said in 2017 his firm would only become multi-shareholder when he has grey hair; its deal with Hunter Point this week shows the firm is moving to its next stage of ownership.
While it’s still early doors, managers are beginning to shout from the rooftops when it comes to the returns they’ve produced from exiting assets in continuation funds.

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