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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.

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Noah Roy, managing partner at the industrials-focused firm, talks to PEI about the firm's $1.7bn raise and the importance and fragility of supply chains during the coronavirus crisis.
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The market may have balked, but the firm’s deal to buy its insurance affiliate makes plenty of sense.
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s speech has allayed fears of a capital gains tax spike and laid out some intriguing initiatives for the industry, writes Tim Hames.
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The UK Chancellor needs to think carefully before making major changes in the Budget writes Daniel Parry, managing director in the tax team at Alvarez and Marsal Taxand UK.
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The Apollo chief's decision to relinquish the reins as chief executive is an opportunity for the industry to prioritise governance.
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Four of the 10 largest PE funds raised last year were for secondaries. Will the strategy come to dominate fundraising or has it had its day in the sun?
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Preparation, a clear investment thesis and respecting contractual obligations are just a few key areas to note, write Robert Mailer, Oliver Rochman and Funke Omisore from Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.
Cast your vote and help decide the outcome in 71 categories making up the 2020 Private Equity International Awards.
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Neil Harper, former CIO of Morgan Stanley AIP Private Markets and chairman of Zamo Capital, and partner Patrick Scheurle outline three ways PE firms can foster true partnerships.
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Wafra Europe managing director Tom Rotherham-Winqvist offers some advice to new managers looking to establish themselves on the private equity scene.
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