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What lies beneath

The demise of Abraaj may force LPs to rethink the fundamentals of manager due diligence.

Growth at all costs

Explosive growth in venture-backed companies can come at the cost of good governance – a risk some LPs seem willing to take.

A key-man conundrum

KKR’s poaching of CLSA’s head of real estate has implications for private fund managers of all asset classes.

A real opportunity

How BC Partners will succeed in real estate.

WATCH: Private equity prepares for a downturn

Speakers at May's PEI Operating Partners Forum Europe comment on how the asset class can make sure it has a Plan B.

The crippling effect of ‘governance correctness’

Partners Group's Steffen Meister believes the days of being able to buy private assets cheaper than public ones are over, but PE will continue to outperform public equities.

The corporates are coming

Is the private equity asset class being invaded by a new breed of manager?

No complacency for compliance

The message to GPs from our Private Fund Compliance Forum this week was clear: the SEC will be back.

The fundamental growth of an asset class

Dramatic shifts at the top of the PEI 300 only tell us half the private equity story.

Riding high

The private equity industry has shown yet more growth amid rampant investor demand; here’s what it must do to ensure it continues.

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