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Conflicts of interest can arise within the LP base as LPACs act in their own interest, not in the interest of the fund.
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The $59.4bn Swedish insurer doesn't want to support a phenomenon where a 'big chunk of money' is left on the table for LPs that is then handed over to another party.
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Stephen Whatmore, head of global private capital at the $69bn Australian investor, discloses how it decides whether to roll or sell in GP-led processes.
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Funds set up to allow sponsors to hold assets for longer typically must satisfy both an IRR and MOIC hurdle, research from law firm Paul Hastings has found.
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The move is significant for the Canadian pension giant, which until now had been unable to back such deals via its secondaries unit.
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The proposals include the requirement to obtain a fairness opinion on the prices of secondaries transactions.
A growing number of liquidity providers are looking for a piece of the private wealth market, all trying to demonstrate a distinct edge.
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The $25.3bn US public pension wants to sell private equity fund stakes and divest of non-strategic relationships, documents show.
The secondaries market is expanding private equity access to individual investors and defined contribution pension plans.
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The sovereign wealth fund expects competition for attractive companies to remain intense or even accelerate.
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