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Risk avoidance and allocation in secondaries transactions

Ropes & Gray’s Raj Marphatia and Jianing Zhang explain how a secondaries transaction on an Indian-focused fund nearly fell apart.

When secondaries go wrong: What the lawyers think

When net asset values drop and LPs who rolled their interests into their GP’s vehicle start to think they should have sold their interests instead, there could be legal implications.

How to handle divergent interests in GP-leds

LPs can find the options are limited when a fund manager restructures the leftover assets in a fund nearing the end of its life.
Ted Craig

MJ Hudson’s head of private funds departs – exclusive

Ted Craig, a partner and secondaries specialist, has left the London-headquartered law firm and asset management consultancy.

PEI Awards 2017: Asia-Pacific secondaries

Deal, firm, advisor and law firm of the year in the coveted awards for sister publication Private Equity International.

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