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Buyers with an appetite for unfunded commitments could be an early beneficiary of coronavirus-related volatility.
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Overall secondaries market volume is expected to drop by about 30% this year, according to a survey by Setter Capital.
David Larsen, a managing director at Duff & Phelps, says investors should seek guidance from their GPs as to likely discounts.
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The economic shock caused by coronavirus is already filtering down into the asset class.
According to a survey by Palico, the 2015-vintage Lindsay Goldberg IV changed hands for 130% of NAV.
High valuations and macroeconomic fears are causing investors to pull back, according to Setter Capital.
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Assets that are typically two-to-five-years old could account for 85% of total annual deal volume by 2023, according to Partners Group's latest market outlook.
The niche secondaries specialist, which spun out of Coller Capital in 2004, has already done 10 deals with its recently closed Fund IV.
The median top price for buyout funds was 98% of NAV, according to research by Elm Capital.
LPs are coming to accept that big discounts on entry don't necessarily mean strong returns, an industry conference has heard.

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