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Foreign PE firms looking to acquire healthcare-related companies in Europe can expect another three months of FDI review added to the deal process.
An exclusive investor survey conducted by PEI reveals three quarters of LPs will not reduce their target allocations to private markets in the face of the denominator effect.
Last minute
LPs will consider the amount of capital raised and deployed, and whether any investments are already underwater when granting GPs more time to raise funds during the coronavirus crisis.
All foreign transactions will be subject to FIRB review, a process that will now take six months instead of 30 days.
Market dislocation
A number of GPs are using flush balance sheets to seed their own distressed debt funds, according to firm head Michael Rees.
Tokyo, Japan
The firm held the final close on Carlyle Japan Partners IV last week on around $2.4bn, more than double its 2013-vintage predecessor.
Two European LPs have already defaulted on capital calls, and more are rumoured, as LPs get hit with a one-two punch of large, often early capital calls and drying up distributions.
P_Pricing_Value creation
Although public market volatility doesn't have to weigh heavily on companies' December NAVs, GPs ignore it at their peril.
2017
Heavily invested legacy vintages might suffer more than funds in market, with the jury still out on whether this crisis will be sharp and short like the GFC, or sharp and longer-lasting running through various cycles.
checklist
The consulting firm has created an interactive diagnostic tool to help private equity-backed companies facing coronavirus-related risks.
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