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Toby Mitchenall

Toby Mitchenall is the Senior Editor for private equity at PEI Media. He is responsible for and regular contributor to the private equity coverage across Private Equity International, Secondaries Investor and private funds management and is based in PEI’s London office. Toby was previously a consultant advising private equity firms on marketing and public relations.

How to get 401k money into PE, part 2

Although it is possible to get individual retirement savers' money into private funds, it is still too burdensome. So what needs to be done?

A look inside EQT’s prospectus: tax bills, Brexit and ‘unauthorized payments’

The 'risk factors' section of the document provides insight into the challenges faced by a large private markets firm.

How to be cost-efficient with external counsel

Don't get a lawyer in to do a compliance consultant's work.

Why preferred equity could be PE’s next battleground

This addition to the financial engineer’s toolkit is gaining in popularity, but what do LPs think of it?

Deep dive: Everything you must know about GP-led secondaries

Our September cover story guides you through a GP-led secondaries process.

Everything you wanted to know about GP-led secondaries

Once associated with problem funds, GP-led processes are now part of the smart manager’s tool kit. Should you be doing one, and if so, how?

10 GP-led secondaries deals in 2019

The market for GP-led secondaries process has taken off. Here are 10 deals from the first half of the year that show just how far the market has come.

Why EQT is choosing public markets over a private sale

In a world where financial investors are hungry for GP minority stakes, why would a firm pursue a public listing?
Stockholm will be the venue for EQT's IPO

Why would EQT list in this day and age?

The multi-strategy firm has confirmed its plans to raise €500m through a listing on Nasdaq Stockholm; it is going against the grain.

PTP makes secondaries trades much more taxing

If you are starting to get a little churn among your investor base, then you should be thinking about your fund's status.

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