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A study from fund administrator Gen II Fund Services sheds light on how fund managers expected the pandemic to affect their valuations.
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Here’s a taste of what senior market professionals had to say about the state of the secondaries market in sister publication PEI’s recent roundtable.
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Valuations and pricing have become closely linked as buyers put less emphasis on future upside when evaluating assets, according to Elm Capital.
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The sovereign wealth fund giant had received interest from firms including Ardian over the sale of a portfolio potentially worth more than $2bn.
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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.
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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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