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Early adopters of the technology are exploring where the greatest benefits lie for private equity, but secure and responsible protocols remain key.
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At the NEXUS 2024 event, private markets leaders discussed how private equity is evolving. Key topics included adapting to macroeconomic pressures, finding new capital sources and exploring AI's impact.
CalSTRS Christopher Ailman
The CIO of the second-largest pension in the US offered his thoughts at NEXUS 2024 on the benefits and harm that generative artificial intelligence could do to investment teams.
Britt Harris at NEXUS 2024
The PE industry remains upbeat as it addresses slow fundraising, artificial intelligence and ESG issues, among others, according to panellists at PEI's NEXUS 2024 summit this week.
Technological developments in the real estate space mirror the progress being made in the democratisation of private equity, writes Kyle Hagerty.
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Artificial intelligence could help turbo charge sustainability efforts in private markets by freeing up stretched ESG professionals to focus on strategic work.
VMS Group is aiming to raise at least $100m by final close to pursue global AI opportunities.
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AI-powered private equity was all the rage in 2023. Market sources expect to see increased adoption and new approaches to the technology over the coming year.
As the year draws to a close, the PEI editorial team gathers its top predictions for 2024. Expect to see more AI, semi-liquids and GP stakes as the year pans out.

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