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Taking GP-leds to the masses

The increasing acceptance of GP-led deals has opened up opportunities in the smaller end of the market, but unique challenges arise when dealing with smaller funds.

Eaton Partners adds New York secondaries VP

The firm has advised on 10 complex secondaries transactions totalling $2bn, including one of Asia's first restructurings in 2016.

Morningside goes back to CPPIB roots for latest hire

The secondaries firm has hired George Weekes, a former Canada Pension Plan Investment Board funds, secondaries and co-investment professional.

When the highest price isn’t always best

LPs should consider what an offer from a secondaries buyer means for a GP's future, according to panel participants at an industry conference in London.

NYCERS: Industry ‘could do a better job’ on GP-leds

David Enriquez, the $65bn pension's co-head of private equity, says the market needs to differentiate between types of process and their purpose.

Park Hill’s Costello discusses leadership and the firm’s expansion

In the wake of former head Larry Thuet's retirement, Jonathan Costello talks to Secondaries Investor about growth plans for the firm, single asset restructurings and securitisations.

Partners Group backs Alantra fund restructuring

The process involved the firm's 2007-vintage buyout fund which was subject to an abandoned stapled deal in 2015.

Goldman joins Landmark in TDR pub deal – exclusive

The single-asset restructuring involves the remaining asset in the €2.1bn TDR Capital II fund and could be worth nearly $1bn.

Charterhouse mulls GP-led process on 2009-vintage fund – exclusive

One of the UK's oldest buyout firms is in early stage talks with investors about a process on its €4bn Charterhouse Capital Partners IX, Secondaries Investor has learned.

Capital Dynamics backs Indian fund restructuring – exclusive

The deal, advised by Duff & Phelps, involved three healthcare assets.

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