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Find out who’s buying, who’s selling and what is being sold. Get detailed information on the structures involved in secondaries deals, including LP portfolio sales, GP-led processes, spin-outs, restructurings and stapled deals.

Lyceum uses stapled deal to relaunch firm – exclusive

The team behind one of the UK's best-known mid-market firms has formed Horizon Capital, backed by a group of investors including Pantheon and Idinvest Partners.

Montana SBI breaks with FoFs through portfolio sale

The pension sold a $70m portfolio made up predominately of mature funds of funds stakes as part of its plans to move away from the strategy.

Lexington backs Eurazeo off-balance sheet deal – exclusive

The French investment firm, which owns companies including restaurant chain Léon de Bruxelles, is moving around €600m of assets off its balance sheet.

ABN AMRO seeks buyers in PE unit spin-out – exclusive

The team is seeking buyers to back a portfolio of 25 Dutch companies and provide capital for a new private equity fund, Secondaries Investor has learned.

When the highest price isn’t always best

LPs should consider what an offer from a secondaries buyer means for a GP's future, according to panel participants at an industry conference in London.

OTPP shops $1bn-plus portfolio – exclusive

The $256bn Canadian pension has sold stakes before, including a large private markets portfolio to Ardian in 2016.

Partners Group backs Alantra fund restructuring

The process involved the firm's 2007-vintage buyout fund which was subject to an abandoned stapled deal in 2015.

Goldman joins Landmark in TDR pub deal – exclusive

The single-asset restructuring involves the remaining asset in the €2.1bn TDR Capital II fund and could be worth nearly $1bn.

Charterhouse mulls GP-led process on 2009-vintage fund – exclusive

One of the UK's oldest buyout firms is in early stage talks with investors about a process on its €4bn Charterhouse Capital Partners IX, Secondaries Investor has learned.

Lexington picks up Electra assets

The London-listed PE fund sold Photobox and Knight Square for 103% of their carrying value and will now proceed to wind down the remainder of its portfolio.

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