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Private Equity International’s LP Perspectives 2021 Study takes the temperature of the investor community as it looks to the year ahead.
Investors appear to have adapted quickly to virtual processes, but which of the pandemic-driven changes are here to stay?
What’s in store for private equity next year and beyond? A selection of Future 40 investors share their perspectives on the issues impacting the industry.
Demand among buyers and LPs’ desire to manage their portfolios in the wake of covid-19 point to healthy transaction secondaries volumes in the year ahead.
LPs are focusing on opportunities with familiar managers as forging new relationships proves tough when face-to-face meetings are not possible.
Some Indian business owners have become more receptive to private equity capital during the pandemic, Neeraj Bharadwaj, a Mumbai-based MD at Carlyle, told PEI.
The continent has weathered the pandemic better than other regions but the virus is forcing firms to adapt to restrictions on risk management activity.
Pandemic travel bans have reduced competition for the country’s domestic firms after a period of intense spending by regional and global players.

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