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Industry veteran Dee Dee Sklar will help the secondaries GP with its credit arm.
The issuance of a collateralized fund obligation would be a breakthrough for struggling GPs and institutional investors alike.
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The trade group has issued guidance to address concerns over conflicts and the speed of GP-led deals.
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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Some LPs have felt so frustrated at the way continuation fund processes have been run that they have decided not to re-up with their manager, representatives from the investor body told Secondaries Investor.
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Credit Suisse's 2022 Secondary Market Review expects GP-leds to experience a resurgence in 2023 after being outpaced by LP-leds last year.
The fund of funds platform, which includes commitments to venture funds as well as private credit, continues to operate.
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Such transactions can generate liquidity for LPs, validate a mark and allow a GP to retain control of a well-performing asset, says Todd Miller of W Capital Group.
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The small subsector is gaining interest, but financing challenges persist.

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