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In this sixth episode of the Decade of Secondaries Investing podcast miniseries, we sit down with HarbourVest Partners' Jeffrey Keay and PJT Park Hill's Adrian Millan to discuss the phenomenon of repeat sellers in the secondaries market.
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The financial giant has become the latest firm to get in on the growing GP-led advisory space.
Inventory on the GP-led side of the business is high and the completion rate for such deals is said to hover around 50%.
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The investment arm of global wealth manager will mainly focus on mid- and large-cap assets via its sophomore fund.
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More LPs are considering secondaries sales as pricing has strengthened since last year, with high-quality buyout funds capturing pricing at the 90% or higher net asset value range.
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Money continues to flow into what many say is the most undercapitalised corner of private markets.
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Iron Road Partners’ Igor Rozenblit – former co-head of the SEC's private funds unit – details concerns and red flags the regulator will be looking for following the passing of its private market rules last year.
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As secondaries activity accelerates, more traditional buyout shops are exploring adding these capabilities.
In episode five of the Decade of Secondaries Investing podcast miniseries, Iron Road Partners’ Igor Rozenblit and Ropes & Gray’s Isabel Dische discuss the regulatory landscape facing secondaries and analyse which rules are set to have the biggest impact.
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The European buyout firm is seeking more time and capital to further grow Normec internationally while crystallising returns for investors.

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