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Kempen Capital Management’s director, private markets, Marvin de Jong, warns that the covid-19 crisis is not a re-run of 2008.
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Secondary market innovations bode well for investors and GPs that need to be nimble in an evolving landscape, write Mozaic Capital’s Solomon Owayda and Christine Patrinos.
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Mathieu Dréan of advisory firm Triago spoke to Secondaries Investor about the deals that are getting done in H1 and what is motivating buyers and sellers.
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The conventional wisdom that M&A or IPO are the only two paths to liquidity for a business may no longer hold true, write Todd Miller and Katie Stitch of W Capital Partners.
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Sellers of privately held company shares are getting creative with their holdings during the crisis, writes Liquid Stock co-founder Greg Martin.
Jeff Hammer, Paul Sanbria, Manulife
The secondaries market will play an important role in rejuvenating the economy, and its role will be more flexible, innovative and sophisticated than it has been in past crises.
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Dan Nolan of Duff & Phelps discusses how technology adopted from hedge funds can be used to contain the damage of the crisis.
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The growth of the secondaries market has halted, though certain segments remain open to LPs and GPs, according to Andrew Gulotta of Sixpoint Partners and DLA Piper's Adam Tope.
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