Editor's View

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.

Greater transparency is welcome. But given the role side letters have in securing ESG-related reporting, we fear the asset class will be poorer with a weakening of those provisions.
When faced with an unexpected succession issue, it helps to be a huge, multi-strategy business.
The pressure placed on the healthcare sector over the last two years has spurred a wave of digitalisation, and GPs with the right skill sets could benefit from a slew of opportunities.
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An attempt to reform US carried interest tax has raised questions about holding periods and the continuation fund market LPs should not ignore.
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Talent outflows are putting LPs in a difficult position at a time when having a sufficient number of experienced staff has become more important than ever.
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Private asset repricing could help to alleviate some LP allocation pressures, spark a slowdown in exits and drive a resurgence in secondaries activity.
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Sector-focused firms say they sit in an advantageous position with dry powder to deploy in a rising rate environment.
Diversity enters the private debt conversation
While women remain underrepresented in private markets, particularly at senior levels, PEI’s annual Women of Influence list demonstrates that there is certainly no shortage of female talent.
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This year’s GI 100 ranking captures an asset class that may temporarily have reached its zenith.
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The Federal Trade Commission’s ruling with JAB Consumer Partners is a signal of the ways in which regulatory probes into private equity could shake out in practice.

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