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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.

ICG backs $1bn Standard Chartered spin-out

The firm's Strategic Equity unit has also committed £316m to the spin-out team for new deals and follow-on investments.

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.

DOWNLOAD: How LPs feel about secondaries

What do LPs think about secondaries funds and GP-led restructurings? Find out in our downloadable presentation showcasing the new Secondaries Investor database.

‘Best practices’ guide aims to boost Spanish LP capital in private equity

Spain's private equity and venture capital association wants to make it easier for the country's institutional investors to access the asset class with its first guidance publication.

EM markets investors must look beyond the headlines

The downfall of Abraaj Group, political risk and currency volatility have led to a less than rosy picture for EM fundraising this year.

EM markets investors must look beyond the headlines

The downfall of Abraaj Group, political risk and currency volatility have led to a less than rosy picture for EM fundraising this year.

Why LPs should think positively about fund restructurings

There is a cohort of crisis-era funds which investors would be better off getting out of or re-incentivising their GP.

LPs still positive about secondaries – survey

Expect another year of healthy trading in the market for second-hand fund stakes.

Future Fund: private equity is becoming less attractive

High prices for assets and a lack of differentiation among GP business models is making the asset class less appealing, according to the $106bn SWF's head of PE Steve Byrom.

How secondaries processes can show GPs the best exit

LPs worried about conflicts in fund restructuring situations may be reassured by Charterhouse’s sale of Comexposium.

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