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For GPs with funds in the market, any extended fundraising delay could cause headaches as they have deadlines to meet, deals to close and employees to pay.
The issuance of a collateralized fund obligation would be a breakthrough for struggling GPs and institutional investors alike.
Credit and LP-led secondaries are also on the firm's list of areas set to see big growth this year.
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The lag in private equity reporting, differences in valuation methods and volatile macro environment will dictate the asset class’s performance in 2023, says McKinsey partner Brian Vickery.
In our final episode of Private Markets and the end of Cheap Money, we hear from IMCO, Oaktree Capital, BC Partners and more on what investment professionals there keep their eyes on in the era of higher borrowing costs.
Apollo Global Management’s CFO Martin Kelly took us behind the scenes at the firm that raised the largest-ever private equity fund.
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Climate continued to dominate the private markets sustainability agenda, both in terms of ESG and impact investing.
As funds hit the market over the next few months, they will likely contend with what some sources have told me is 'LP fatigue.'
In this second episode of our miniseries Private Markets and the End of Cheap Money, we talk to LPs about allocation shifts, impacts on fundraising and what investors are looking for out of their GPs as rates rise.
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Despite a slowdown in deals in late 2022, consultancy says opportunities abound.
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