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.

Deutsche secondaries team spins out – exclusive

The unit has formed Glendower Capital, focusing on private equity secondaries from London and New York, Secondaries Investor has learned.

Two Apax funds attract tail-end interest

Strategic Partners, Committed Advisors and Willowridge Partners have picked up tail-end stakes in Apax's Europe funds VI and VII.

Warburg Pincus taps Lazard to explore secondaries process – exclusive

The deal by one of the world's biggest private equity managers could be in the 'multibillions', Secondaries Investor has learned.

APG snaps up entire DIF II infra portfolio

The €700m deal involves 48 European and UK assets in a GP-led process run by Campbell Lutyens.

BC LPs have 5 weeks to decide on Fund IX tender

Investors including CDPQ, Florida SBA and LACERA received a letter on Wednesday outlining the terms of the secondaries transaction, which includes a stapled commitment to the buyout firm’s latest fund.

Fenway cancels Prudential restructuring offer – exclusive

LPs were unhappy with the 'heavy discount to NAV' being offered for stakes in the 1998- and 2006-vintage funds, Secondaries Investor has learned.

Northleaf picks up Pantheon stakes from chocolate maker

The deal involves feeder fund stakes in two Pantheon secondaries funds and a fund of funds vehicle, UK regulatory filings show.

Royal Mail deal delayed by pricing date – exclusive

Talks with alternative buyers are ongoing, Secondaries Investor understands.

Landmark backs ICG mezzanine restructuring – exclusive

The €650m deal moved assets from Recovery Fund 2008 into a new vehicle.

Lexington buys raft of stakes from German media firm

The stakes were accrued as part of ProSiebenSat 1 Media's 'media-for-equity' programme, through which it exchanges media coverage for equity stakes in promising companies.