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Nicholas Neveling

We explore how LPs are approaching technology allocations in a tough market and what tech-focused managers are doing to stand out from the crowd.
Shielding impact strategies from change
Impact investors’ focus on addressing long-term challenges makes securing impact continuity post-exit a priority – but not one that is easy to deliver.
As the sector sustains market interest through wider volatility, GPs are sharpening their investment theses and building deeper sector and operational expertise to remain competitive.
Managers are revamping their data management processes to cope with intensifying LP demands for better, faster reporting. Can technology and third-party providers help to relieve the burden?
After a blurring of the lines with venture and buyout strategies, market conditions are bringing greater clarity to growth capital.
As domain expertise becomes a differentiator in an increasingly crowded PE market, managers are taking varying approaches to building industry know-how.
As volatile credit markets, rising interest rates and choppy M&A activity buffet the PE industry, tech-enablement of GP operations is becoming increasingly important for sense-checking deal valuations.
Measurement has become one of the defining elements of impact investing. How do managers in impact’s most popular theme – climate – measure up?
As debt markets tighten, LPs are becoming more particular about how managers use subscription credit lines and NAV finance.
Investor appetite for GP stakes funds has expanded rapidly, but some LPs are still treading carefully.

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