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AlpInvest backs $1.7bn Manulife deal – exclusive

Canada's largest insurer has sold a portfolio of 50 US mid-market funds into a vehicle backed by the Carlyle subsidiary and managed by its own PE investment team.

A strange type of secondaries deal: the spin-out of Standard Chartered PE

The spin-out of 55 people, 35 companies across three continents and the need to juggle the interests of several LPs that happen to be secondaries firms: the deal shows just how far things have come.

Deals that dance to a different beat

A GP-led deal in the music royalties space shows how adventurous secondaries investors are getting and how readily existing deal types can be applied to new asset classes.

Lexington and StepStone among backers of Rockbridge stapled deal

The mid-market firm transferred four assets into a vehicle backed by $355m of secondaries capital.

Spring Bridge taps Coller for director and hires CFO

The firm, formed by two former Coller Capital partners, has hired an alumnus from the secondaries powerhouse.

Looking back: Top 5 deals of 2018

Secondaries Investor takes a look at some of the most interesting transactions over the last 12 months.

ICG backs $1bn Standard Chartered spin-out

The firm's Strategic Equity unit has also committed £316m to the spin-out team for new deals and follow-on investments.

Goldman and Hamilton Lane back $1.4bn direct secondaries deal

NewView Capital Management, which acquired a portfolio of 31 stakes from VC-giant NEA, used them to seed its debut fund.

Anatomy of an A-team spin-out

The spin-out of ABN AMRO's private equity unit to form Capital A shows buyers are willing to accept less by way of secondaries assets if they really like the team.

AlpInvest and LGT back Dutch bank’s PE spin-out

The private equity unit of ABN AMRO, the Netherlands' third-largest bank, have spun out in a Lazard-advised deal.
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