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Limited partners remain fully committed to the asset class, despite clouds on the horizon.
Recent regulatory developments in China have given private equity a leg up, according to Hogan Lovells' Steven Tran.
LPs typically try to price risk in emerging markets differently, leading to a notional return premium. Warren Hibbert, the co-founder of Asante Capital, discusses how it comes about.
Umbrella fund finance facilities can be a convenient and cost efficient option for managers with a number of strategies under one roof. Leon Stephenson and Alex Griffiths of law firm Reed Smith explain why.
As Congress prepares to reform the tax code, private credit and private equity firms will square off with elected leaders over a tax deduction that is crucial to both asset classes, writes Andrew Hedlund of Private Debt Investor.
GPs can pick up non-core businesses with a lot of value potential; getting everything right in these transactions is not simple, according to law firm Baker McKenzie.
While listed equities have their time and place, private markets are worth considering in today’s environment, writes Neuberger Berman's global head of alternatives.
Investors in the continent’s private equity market should be considering other parts of the capital structure, writes Syntaxis Capital’s Africa head.

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