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Investing in GP-led continuation vehicles is an entirely different business to traditional LP secondaries, say Matt Jones and Michael Woolhouse at TPG GP Solutions.
The GP-led secondaries market continues to benefit from innovation and shows no signs of slowing down, say Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld partners in this sponsored Q&A.
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Innovative multi-asset transactions and deals that offer broad sector exposure are likely to be on the continuation fund menu this year, say Jeremy Duksin and Jonathan Abecassis in this sponsored Q&A.
Charles Smith, CIO and managing partner at Glendower Capital, outlines the key components for completing a successful GP-led secondaries deal in this sponsored Q&A,
There is a shortage of buy-side capital for GP-led continuation funds, even though LPs are quickly waking up to the opportunity, say Portfolio Advisors’ Brian Mooney and Stephen Sloan.
LPs face new risk management and execution issues as the GP-led secondaries market expands, say AltamarCAM Partners global CEO and managing partner José Luis Molina and partner Derek Snyder.
Leveraging global M&A execution capabilities and cross-functional knowledge is key to driving optimal pricing for GP-led deals, say PJT Partners managing directors Christopher Areson, Jolie Chow and Johanna Lottmann.
The GP-led market is growing at record speed, making insightful due diligence and investment discipline more important than ever, say Boriana Karastoyanova, Philipp Patschkowski and Ben Perl in this sponsored Q&A.
The secondaries market offers significant opportunities, but in light of macro uncertainties, it is best to focus on being prepared rather than making predictions, says Pomona Capital’s Michael Granoff.
The secondaries market is growing significantly, driven in part by GP-led deals. Yet this is only the start of its transformation, say Evercore’s Lea Lazaric Calvert, Jasmine Hunet Lamourille and Francesca Paveri.

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