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Proposed UK tax shake-up may hit secondaries

A recommendation to digitise stamp duty payments could expose fund managers restructuring, reorganising or transferring partnerships to more tax.

Coller promotes three, hires Triton credit specialist

The July promotions across the firm's London and New York offices comprise two to investment partner and one to investment principal.

Northleaf picks up Pantheon stakes from chocolate maker

The deal involves feeder fund stakes in two Pantheon secondaries funds and a fund of funds vehicle, UK regulatory filings show.

Five Qs with ICG Enterprise Trust’s Emma Osborne

Secondaries Investor caught up with Emma Osborne, head of private equity fund investments at the listed vehicle, about what has changed in the 16 months since the acquisition and her plans for the Trust over the next five years.

ICG Enterprise Trust appoints Tigue as chairman

The listed private equity trust has appointed Jeremy Teague as chairman, replacing Mark Fane, who held the job for eight years.

Headway to hold first close on HIP IV – exclusive

The firm is looking to hold a first close in July, Secondaries Investor has learned.

PEFOX ramps up data offering

The intermediary will offer its revamped database free of charge to registered users.

Do ‘toe-hold’ primary positions still give buyers the edge?

Being a source of primary capital to the underlying GP can help you win a secondaries deal – as long as your competitors haven't had the same idea.

PIP invested £74m in secondaries during April

Pantheon's listed fund made three secondaries deals during the month, including a £40m stake in a North American buyout fund.

Brexit: Hamilton Lane to remain in UK

The private funds manager is 'not waiting to see where the wind blows', according to CCO Frederick Shaw.