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Thought leadership from the secondaries sector’s leading voices including legal experts, industry veterans, asset class specialists (from real estate to private equity) and academics.

Fund managers won’t be happy with every recommendation the LP body is making, but in a more challenging market environment investors will surely welcome the extra disclosure.
The leaders of some of the most prominent firms have spoken out about discrimination.
Private equity sponsors may find themselves in need of capital due to the covid-19 crisis. Enter: the secondaries market.
Investors are expecting their GPs to do everything they can to save portfolio companies and keep employees on the payroll – and that includes accepting eligible government support.
Investors who rushed to join the country’s digital revolution are facing issues pre-dating the pandemic that could spell the end of private equity’s golden age.
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Tom Walker of seed investor Rev1 Ventures offers a guide to positioning your funds to deliver the best value to investors and your portfolio.
Our list of future leaders of PE recognises the investors, dealmakers, fundraisers, operators and lawyers who will shape the asset class in years to come.
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PE firms are following a three-phase approach during the crisis, writes Gopal Tampi of Mizuho Americas.
Excluding private equity-backed companies from government assistance programmes only harms those pensions and employees society is striving to protect.
Kyoto, Japan
Our annual Japan Special showcases the tenacious local managers that have persisted through a tough market. It is this grit and determination that gives them confidence to face the next downturn.
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