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Futuristic laboratory. Virus spreading on Australia map. Scanning DNA mutations
High entry multiples are forcing private equity firms to get creative Down Under.
As the impact mindset gains momentum, Private Equity International asks if private equity and impact investing will ever fully converge.
M&A advisory businesses and mega-managers are storming a flourishing secondaries industry but are there enough opportunities to go round?
LPs have flocked to the safety of mega-managers throughout the pandemic, yet the long-term implications of a shifting fundraising model are more nuanced.
The technology behind bitcoin is perfectly suited for private markets from investor onboarding to exit, so why have GPs have been slow to embrace it?
Large deals, small exits
Charting the spectacular rise of concentrated NAV lending in the covid era as the sub-sector came of age in under a year.
A new generation of private equity leaders look poised to revolutionise the industry’s approach to responsible investment.
Half of LPs want to increase fund manager relationships, but covid-19 restrictions could put a damper on these plans, with first-time managers hardest hit.
But investors express concern over shifting terms, with a significant minority worried about the extent to which GPs are using credit lines.
Investors appear to have adapted quickly to virtual processes, but which of the pandemic-driven changes are here to stay?

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