Almost 90% of respondents to a recent survey by Campbell Lutyens described the market as 'competitive' or 'highly competitive'.
Crestline, which is based in Texas, has shifted towards the preferred equity niche. Secondaries Investor caught up with the firm’s head of PE credit and fund restructuring to talk deal sourcing and increased interest in preferred equity.
The investment arm of the insurance giant has offered investors in the private equity firm's two latest funds the option to cash out.
The move is one of seven promotions to partner.
In this second excerpt from sister publication Private Equity International’s May roundtable, top secondaries executives discuss the evolution of portfolios and structures.
GP-led transactions are often predicted to be the next big thing, but that part of the market has remained stagnant. What needs to happen for that to change?
The bank’s private equity unit has joined a group of buyers to provide liquidity to LPs in the buyout firm’s 2006-vintage fund.
Partners Group's senior vice-president of private infrastructure, Dmitriy Antropov, discusses the growth of tail-end liquidity solutions in the asset class, in this second part of an extract from The Secondaries Market.
The asset management consultancy has added to its tax, financial regulation and fund restructuring expertise.
The vehicle has a specific focus on complex transactions, including GP-led restructurings.