Secondaries Investor Law Firm Survey

The Secondaries Investor Law Firm Survey 2024 shows top law firms advising on a collective $827bn of transaction volume, a record high amid a booming secondaries market.

Nineteen law firms took part in the survey this year, with Kirkland & Ellis regaining dominance with the highest deal volume of over $170 billion, followed by Ropes & Gray and Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.

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LATEST SECONDARIES INVESTOR HEADLINES

Bank of America’s secondaries advisory push to be led by Lazard exec

It is understood Lazard’s head of US secondaries advisory Amanda Ugarte will join the investment bank to lead and build out its secondaries advisory team.

Cliffwater’s move reflects the buyside’s growing semi-liquid shift

There's a new type of entrant to the secondaries buyside, and it's not your typical buyout-come-secondaries firm.

Blackstone plans to launch biggest secondaries fund yet

The firm hopes to surpass the size of its previous secondaries flagship, which closed on $22.2bn in 2023.

Secondaries sees record first half as volume surpasses $70bn – Evercore

LP-led deals made up 57% of volume as pricing increased for buyout, credit, and venture and growth, according to the adviser's half-year report, shared with Secondaries Investor.

Cliffwater eyes aggressive secondaries build-up post-Barings acquisition

Tim Henn, who has joined from JPMorgan as head of private equity secondaries, tells Secondaries Investor the firm plans to invest in deals with GPs it knows through its platform.
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