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The industry organization is circulating a draft proposal recommending a host of disclosures on GPs’ use of subscription credit lines, with an eye to helping LPs manage exposure to the lines, allocation to PE and overall liquidity.
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Concentrated NAV lenders and preferred equity financers are seeing historic dealflow. But only a handful of alternative lenders exist, and banks active in concentrated NAV are scarce and rarely transact. With potentially thousands of funds looking for liquidity for their portfolio companies, will this rare source of fund liquidity be able to sate demand?
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Our sister title PEI caught up with two private equity recruiters to find out about the state of hiring during covid-19 and how the crisis is affecting salary expectations.
Our senior editorial teams covering PE, private debt, infrastructure, real estate and secondaries discuss the latest in how private markets are responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Plus: ways firms are helping people out in the crisis.
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Planning to replace a firm’s leadership is an immense, and tricky, issue. Senior finance and operations staff discuss why it’s never too early to start planning, and how the CFO can be the voice of reason.
Two European LPs have already defaulted on capital calls, and more are rumored, as LPs get hit with a one-two punch of large, often early capital calls and drying up distributions.
CFOs are largely planning on leaving their 12/31 marks untouched; Duff & Phelps warns that now is not the time to diverge from your established valuations practices.
Doug Cruikshank talks with senior editor Toby Mitchenall about the growing asset class: how it works, who it works for and what he thinks it can do for sponsors during an economic slump.
Lawyers from Paul Weiss pinpoint the areas of a private equity firm operations that may need to be adjusted to account for the coronavirus outbreak, including fund documentation, valuation and banking relationships.
Firms must incorporate ESG initiatives at both the corporate level and the investment level, or risk their reputations, says head of ESG Alison Fenton-Willock.
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