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Three predictions for the year of the pig

As we head into Chinese new year, what do the next 12 months hold for the country’s private equity market?

GP interests: Niche work if you can get it

Funds that buy stakes in private equity firms are hot property; but growth in that segment is naturally constrained.

Heard at the CFOs and COOs Forum

Some of the key talking points and takeaways from the largest gathering of private equity operations professionals.

CFOs & COOs Forum 2019: What to watch out for

With more than 600 delegates gathering for next week’s forum in New York, we’re expecting robust discussion around some of the issues that matter most to the back office.

Seven new private equity stories in 2019

What do we think we will be reporting this year?

2018: A year in Friday Letters

A look back at the highlights from Private Equity International’s Friday Letters this year reveals a booming industry that can’t take its success or popularity for granted.

2018: Fundraising at the last chance saloon

Firms with complicated track records have seen the current fundraising bonanza and decided to jump in.

Why cutting relationships can be hard to do

Investors wanting fewer GP relationships are in a small minority that could get smaller still.

How secondaries processes can show GPs the best exit

LPs worried about conflicts in fund restructuring situations may be reassured by Charterhouse’s sale of Comexposium.

LPs want to get in on the ground floor

Institutional investors are coming up with new ways to back managers before they take off.

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