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The move to virtual was in many ways welcomed by finance and accounting professionals, said panelists at sessions of the Private Equity International CFOs & COOs Forum on Wednesday.
The growth of secondaries and the realities of the market amid the pandemic have forced more flexibility into the classic PE fund model, according to a survey by Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison.
Our Research & Analytics team surveyed 95 private fund leaders in February and March to find out how they are approaching the post-covid strategic challenges.
Public markets volatility, the Biden administration and Brexit all rank above the coronavirus as causes for concern.
Investors appear to have adapted quickly to virtual processes. We consider whether some of these changes are here to stay.
GPs appear relaxed about the growth of the leveraged loan market, while possible covid-related covenant issues sit more front-of-mind
The pandemic has been a catalyst for further LP scrutiny, with business continuity planning, online access and cybersecurity rising up the agenda
Capital raising is resuming after a temporary pause, and it is doing so with a virtual twist
While firms have digitized apace during the pandemic, the implementation of more advanced technologies remains some way off

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