Two groups merging together
Such is the pace of private equity consolidation that one in six global asset managers will be gone by 2027, according to PwC.
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'Our initial investment in 2018 via our small mid-cap fund has been highly successful and we’re delighted that Bridgepoint will be able to continue working with management and provide additional investment for the next stage of growth of PEI,' says Bridgepoint.
Lei Zhang, founder and CIO of Hillhouse
Leveraging technology can make supply chains more robust and give portfolio companies 'less wastage in the system', according to the founder and CIO of Hillhouse.
LP Perspectives Study 2024 co-investment analysis
LPs want more co-investments and are increasingly participating in more complex transactions with GPs.
A portion of the NAV facility will be used to issue distributions back to LPs and is recallable if needed in the future, Private Equity International understands.
Forward-thinking managers can safeguard their investments by keeping abreast of emerging risk.
Asian healthcare specialist CBC Group believes specialised debt funds focused on pharma products can be complementary to equity investments.
Jun Qian, head of China private equity at Schroders Capital
A mismatch between the supply of potential deals and the number of institutional buyers has given Schroders significant 'bargaining power', Jun Qian, the firm's head of China PE, tells PEI.
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While PE deal value was down, the number of deals was up slightly, suggesting more activity focused on the lower mid-market, according to data from LSEG.
Lead buyers in some recent transactions have been able to negotiate a less than 1% management fee, according to a paper from Proskauer.

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