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The traditional 10-year fund life hasn't changed but GPs want to hold assets for longer. That's where secondaries come in, says the firm's Barry Miller.
There is an art to managing the contrasting cashflow profiles of traditional LP and GP-led secondaries, says Charles Smith, chief investment officer and managing partner at secondaries firm Glendower Capital.
GPs are no longer spectators in secondaries transactions, which provides opportunities for investors, says Christiaan van der Kam, head of secondaries at the firm.
The deals are increasingly seen as an alternative to exit and will drive activity in Asia-Pacific say Greenhill’s Briac Houtteville and Lloyd Bradbury.
A positive selection bias, deep due diligence and strong alignment make GP-led secondaries an attractive proposition, write managing directors Brian Mooney and Stephen Sloan in this sponsored Q&A.
The value in the range of liquidity options available to private equity managers lies in their bespoke nature, write Katie McMenamin and Ed Ford in this sponsored article.
Landmark Partners and NM PERA recently introduced the Excess Value Method, calculating the dollar value of a private investment’s performance against a benchmark. This could change how GPs get compensated, Avi Turetsky explains.
Coronavirus crisis, COVID-19 pandemic impact all business and company with help of banking and government to reduce interest rate and stimulus package, businessman holding balloons fly pass virus.
In turbulent times, not all opportunities are created equal, says Partners Group’s Evelyn Zhang.
The sector’s resiliency and innovation will allow it to weather the current storm. Six market participants discuss how.
Executives from the firm say they are seeing deal types split into three groups, in this sponsored article for sister title Infrastructure Investor.

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