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Kempen Capital Management’s director, private markets, Marvin de Jong, warns that the covid-19 crisis is not a re-run of 2008.
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For better or worse private equity fundraising will have to be conducted with less of a human touch.
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We catch up with investment bank Evercore's private capital advisory head, who discusses single-asset transactions, secondaries deals in the era of covid-19 and what's in store for the market this year.
Chicago
Strategies that worked well for buyers during the bull market may no longer work, says the investment firm's head of secondaries Jeff Akers.
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Secondary market innovations bode well for investors and GPs that need to be nimble in an evolving landscape, write Mozaic Capital’s Solomon Owayda and Christine Patrinos.
Melbourne, Australia
The Australian SWF's exposure to the asset class had grown in recent months due to its relative outperformance and currency moves, according to acting CIO Sue Brake.
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The market dislocation means there may be more secondaries sellers than buyers, Aksia TorreyCove told the US pension.
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Deal volume will rise as distressed sellers and mainstream sellers adapt to an environment changed by the global pandemic, Jeremy Coller has said.
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The conventional wisdom that M&A or IPO are the only two paths to liquidity for a business may no longer hold true, write Todd Miller and Katie Stitch of W Capital Partners.
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