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Our in-house take on what news, trends and developments affecting the secondaries market means to its different participants. In these weekly commentaries we stir discussion and prompt debate as well as comment on issues important to market participants in a lively and thought-provoking way.

Following last week’s IPCC report, investors should stress-test their portfolios against realistic internal carbon pricing, boost allocations to energy transition strategies and consider divesting from carbon-intensive assets.
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Capital from domestic, Middle Eastern and Asian sovereigns has propped up Russian private equity for at least half a decade.
Our A-Z demonstrates there are plenty of opportunities in the health sector provided you can find your niche.
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The mid-market firm's troubles highlight the rare risk of members of a GP not seeing eye-to-eye on what's best for their LPs.
Our crystal ball told us that dealmaking would rebound in 2021, but we didn’t expect the first half to be so big.
Private equity needs to address inequities in pay before talented women and people of colour head for the exits.
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Apollo’s foray into GP stakes investing is unusual for a number of reasons, not least because the deal involves a significant element of reciprocity between the firm and its target partner.
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Our inaugural list celebrates the impact and success of women in private markets.
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Whoever assumes the role of head of private equity at CPP Investments will oversee an asset class that has been one of the biggest contributors to the pension’s net income in recent years.
Private equity firms believe they're well-positioned to navigate a rise in costs and interest rates, as our report found this week.

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