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What will the next recession mean for the secondaries market?

With many predicting an economic downturn, we examine the lessons from the global financial crisis and how firms are reacting a decade on.

Greenhill: H1 deal volume hit $22bn

The investment bank's analysis of the first half suggests that 2017 could break records on a number of fronts.

Fly me to the moon

The latest record fundraising figures across alternative asset classes show CIOs continue to see private investments, and not just private equity, as the most compelling in the long term.

Goldman expects ‘recalibration’ on Volcker rule

The bank already has a five-year extension to comply with the regulation which would push it to divest private fund stakes worth $6bn.

Western Europe fund stakes price highest in Q2

The region priced highest among all fund types apart from venture capital and infrastructure, according to data from Setter Capital.

Warburg Pincus taps Lazard to explore secondaries process – exclusive

The deal by one of the world's biggest private equity managers could be in the 'multibillions', Secondaries Investor has learned.

Newbury collects $1.1bn for Fund IV

The vehicle has already closed a handful of direct co-investments, Secondaries Investor understands.

CalPERS to examine leverage policies

The plans may include designing a metric to determine the US's largest public pension’s exposure on a total fund level.

CalSTRS to revamp secondaries policy

The changes will enable the $209bn public pension to participate in restructurings and other complex secondaries transactions.

Vermont re-ups with Asia Alternatives

The endowment has committed $5m to Asia Alternatives Capital Partners V, half its commitment to Fund IV.