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The volume of fund of funds stakes traded on the secondaries market increased by 289% compared to FY2016, one of a number of big increases.
Lower price expectations drove an 18% increase in direct secondaries transactions during the first half of the year, according to a report by NYPPEX.
The investment bank's analysis of the first half suggests that 2017 could break records on a number of fronts.
The region priced highest among all fund types apart from venture capital and infrastructure, according to data from Setter Capital.
At least $24bn in dedicated private equity secondaries capital was raised in the first half of the year, according to PEI data.
Pricing moved from 82 percent of NAV in the first half to 88 percent in the second, according to research by Greenhill.
Average high bids for stakes in VC funds increased by 11% compared with a year ago, according to intermediary Setter Capital.
The CEE and CIS regions are disproportionately represented in terms of managers failing to raise successor funds, according to data from industry body EMPEA.
The tilt towards sellers will only become more pronounced, according to research by PEFOX.
The number of leverage providers in secondaries has more than doubled over the last four years, according to the report obtained exclusively by Secondaries Investor.