Guest commentary

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GPs should be aware of right of first refusal clauses and PTP issues when processing transfer requests from LPs brought about by the covid-19 crisis.
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Law firm Stephenson Harwood's Gabriel Boghossian and Sarah de Ste Croix outline three points of contention and practical steps to ensure effective LPAC operations.
David Lee, Duff & Phelps
The best way to determine if net asset values reflect reality is to perform a fundamental valuation of each of the individual assets in GP-led process, writes Duff & Phelps's David Lee.
Single-asset transactions, a growing part of the secondaries market, can offer unique benefits to all parties, write Evercore’s Nigel Dawn, Francesca Paveri and Dave El Helou.
Abe Finkelstein
The little known ‘low-funded secondary’ can help GPs in the short and long term, writes Vintage's Abe Finkelstein (pictured).
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The secondaries market's transformation into a $70bn market is due to both a wave of the Fairy Godmother’s wand and the payoff for years of scrubbing floors, write Houlihan Lokey's Jeff Hammer and Paul Sanabria.
Disclosure, the role of the LPAC and status quo options may make some GP-led restructurings unaligned with the industry body's guidelines, according to Cleary Gottlieb.
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