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Quadriga LPs mull fund restructuring – exclusive

The German manager is seeking up to four years to be able to maximise the value of its remaining assets, Secondaries Investor has learned.

The consultant’s case for secondaries

The strategy suits both fledgling and mature portfolios – with caveats – says Cambridge Associates.

Landmark adds private equity VP

Will Smalley joined in July after nearly four years at Coller Capital.

SMCR could require UK management shake-up

Regulation designed to draw clear lines of accountability within firms could mean a rethink of management structures or role definitions.

Fund managers can have their say on Volcker rule

The 25-question consultation “paves the way” for a rewrite of the rule that restricts banks’ investment into private equity funds.

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin sells Dune RE stakes

The Dune Capital Management co-founder exited his interests for at least $4m to comply with conflict of interest rules.

Penn SERS to boost fee transparency

The Pennsylvanian pension scheme wants to clarify the impact of manager fees on returns and increase the transparency of fee reporting.

BC Fund IX LPs agree $1bn staple with Lexington

Twenty-two LPs sold stakes to the secondaries house, which has made a staple commitment to BC Partners’ latest fund worth around 30% of the total.

What are LPs reading this summer?

Looking to break the ice at your next investor pitch? Try picking up one of these summer reads.

Q&A: Rudy Scarpa and Matt Jones from Pantheon

Pantheon’s global private equity secondaries team is changing: London-based Matt Jones and New York-based Rudy Scarpa will take over from Elly Livingstone, who will dedicate more time to fundraising and dealmaking. The two of them talk to Secondaries Investor.