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Adam Le

Adam Le
Adam Le is the News Editor for PEI Media's private equity publications, overseeing the flow of global news and analysis for Secondaries Investor as well as sister title PrivateEquityInternational.com. Based in London, Adam works closely with private equity-focused colleagues across PEI's offices in New York, London and Hong Kong. Prior to PEI, his roles included reporting on finance and technology for Bloomberg Japan.
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Healthcare investing hits 12-year high – 5 charts

Deal volume rose almost 50% last year, buoyed by mega-deals, according to the consultancy Bain & Co.
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How to avoid conflicts in stapled secondaries deals

Full disclosure and fairness opinions are the best ways to mitigate potential conflicts of interest in stapled deals.

ILPA arms LPs with ‘best practices’ on GP-led fund restructurings

The Institutional Limited Partners Association's guidance aims to help LPs navigate a part of the private equity market that grew by more than 70% last year.

Nordic Capital head of capital markets departs – exclusive

Mark Bulmer, an 11-year veteran of the European private equity stalwart, has decided to resign to explore new opportunities.
Businessmen compete for gold coins

Avoiding conflicts in stapled deals

Full disclosure and fairness opinions are the best ways to mitigate potential conflicts of interest in stapled deals.

CPPIB: the smartest, nicest guys in the room

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board's secondaries team is giving traditional firms a run for their money. The secret to its success is more than simply having a lower cost of capital.
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Story of the year: Abraaj’s downfall and what it means for PE governance

The firm's swift fall from grace this year provides a compelling reason for LPs to conduct thorough scrutiny of governance practices.

CPPIB: the smartest, nicest guys in the room

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board's secondaries team is giving traditional firms a run for their money. The secret to its success is more than simply having a lower cost of capital.
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From Russia with little love for private equity

Russian PE was languishing well before the arrest of the founder one of the country’s biggest private equity firms.

PODCAST: Is this the most dangerous man in private equity?

Professor Ludovic Phalippou of Oxford University says GPs must accept that some elements of the PE model are not working so well for LPs. Is he a threat to the industry or its saviour?

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