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GP-led activity is picking up thanks to a decline in exit activity during the pandemic and rising familiarity with the practice.
Institutional investors in real estate are becoming increasingly informed on the benefits of manager-led secondary deals in particular, writes Lazard's James Jacobs.
Uncertainty linked to the pandemic and other macro forces is driving an increase in real estate secondaries transaction volume.
Oliver Gardey and Ryan Levitt discuss market volatility, the need for specialism in secondaries and the likely drivers of LP deals in 2022.
Some public pensions appear to think any sunlight allowed on their private equity decision-making processes would cause irreparable damage to their ability to continue investing in the asset class.
More specialised, more data-driven and ever seasonal: PEI considers what the LP secondaries market might look like in five years’ time.
Future Essentials II makes primary-, secondaries- and co-investments with managers with strong ESG credentials.
Founder Benjamin Revillon discusses the firm's recent fundraising and how it is planning to deploy $765m in an inflationary environment.
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While GP-led clauses in fund agreements are not a silver bullet, certain LPA provisions could help GPs and LPs better navigate these transactions should they arise.
The $500m deal centred on Micross Components, which has grown its revenue 10x over the last five years.

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