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Isobel Markham

Isobel Markham is Editor of Private Equity International, overseeing the editorial content of the monthly magazine and contributing news and analysis for PrivateEquityInternational.com. Based in New York, Isobel works closely with private equity-focused colleagues across PEI Media’s offices in New York, London and Hong Kong. She is a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
Private Equity International’s LP Perspectives 2021 Study takes the temperature of the investor community as it looks to the year ahead.
The value-oriented investor raised double the amount of its predecessor fund after less than six months on the digital fundraising trail.
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The investment giant’s flagship private equity funds have delivered a gross return of 27% over the last 12 months as fundraising continues for its record Asia fund.
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The firm expects some investors to pause new commitments as the board’s conflicts committee conducts an independent review into co-founder Leon Black’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
The firm saw ‘renewed momentum’ on the deal side in the third quarter, and more than $15bn of inflows across asset classes, including $2.3bn for Blackstone Growth.
We are now accepting submissions for the 2020 PEI Awards. Don’t miss the chance to share your highlights with us before we draw up the shortlists.
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Hamilton Lane’s long-time CEO explains the role he thinks private markets can play in the post-coronavirus rebuild, and how we should interpret the public markets rally.
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Private markets are not behaving as expected amid the pandemic.
The permanent positive and negative effects of the coronavirus pandemic on businesses are equally difficult to analyse, according to panellists at PEI’s virtual Operating Partners Forum NY.
Passengers wearing protective medical masks travel by airplane. New seating regulations on flights. Travel during coronavirus COVID-19 disease outbreak.
Research from proSapient shows most in the industry are willing to get back on the road to due diligence potential acquisitions, even if it means quarantining.

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