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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.
In this first episode of our miniseries, Private Markets and the End of Cheap Money, we talk to dealmakers from Corsair, OEP, Vestar and more to hear how sponsors are coping with the higher price of 'L' in LBOs.
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Private equity execs at PEI’s CFOs & COOs Fall Roundup took advantage of being surrounded by peers to discuss the evolution of the CFO position, fundraising trends and implementing the right ESG program.
Verdun Perry, Blackstone Strategic Partners, IPEM
The inclusion of retail investors has been among the biggest changes in the asset class in recent decades, said global head Verdun Perry at IPEM 2022.
Mergers acquisitions M&A consolidation
The high cost of operations, capital constraints and an attraction to specialists are all factors driving M&A activity among PE firms.
According to Proskauer’s latest fundraising terms and trends report, the cost of raising a fund is increasing. There are a few culprits behind this pattern.
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Firms are focusing more on building out operating capabilities to create value, and they are turning to private debt to finance these investments
How private fund leaders really feel as inflationary concerns start to bite.
The prospect of spiraling costs is the industry’s number one concern.

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