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Private Equity International CFOs & COOs Forum panelists say the standard GP structure is straining under the weight of value yet to be realized.
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.
The private equity giant is looking at opportunities to acquire secondaries firms or set the unit up organically, according to co-president and co-COO Scott Nuttall.
risk
Buyers are proposing fresh ways of ensuring sponsors stay aligned, according to a panel at PEI's Investor Relations, Marketing & Communications Forum.
Several reports have come out giving a comprehensive view of the secondaries market in 2020. We lay out a few things you may have missed.
future
The secondaries market features prominently in Redefining Private Equity in the 2020's, a report compiled by Credit Suisse's private fund group.
David Layton, Partners Group
David Layton, who will become Partners Group’s sole CEO in July, speaks to PEI about the leadership change, opportunities in the defined contribution market and why SPACs have been ‘overdone.’
The small print of some recent deals is some of the most seller-friendly in the secondaries market. Could this new dynamic be here to stay?
Co-GP relationships, reps and warranties insurance, and sponsors of all shapes and sizes using secondaries capital are just around the corner.
conflict
The showdown between Dyal and some of its portfolio companies is a headache for LPs, some of whom find themselves enmeshed in a web of conflicts.
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