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Only 27% of LPs plan to increase their allocations to private equity over the next 12 months, down from 42% six months ago, according to Coller Capital’s latest barometer.
Fork in the road signs
Gary Gensler, head of the US financial regulator, is expected to focus on ESG and market structure reforms.
As interest rates continue to climb, investors and their sponsors have already started making changes to the way they manage their portfolios and investment decisions.
As economic and geopolitical concerns permeate, GPs are arming themselves against fundraising uncertainty.
GPs are leaving funds in market for longer as public market volatility disrupts investors’ annual commitment pacing.
Women in Private Markets Summit - democratisation panel
Investor safety is front of mind for all regulators and firms have to ensure clarity and transparency in retail offerings, PEl’s Women in Private Markets Summit has heard.
Women in Private Markets Summit - State of PE
With deal activity slowing, GPs are partnering up and ensuring that portfolio companies are agile and stress-tested, according to panellists from EQT, Eurazeo and Churchill Asset Management.
Union Jack flag
Defined contribution schemes in the UK are forecast to grow to more than £1trn in assets by 2030.
technology
Vista Equity Partners VIII is seeking the third-largest amount of capital among private equity funds in market, according to PEI data.
lending
Stéphane Barret of Crédit Agricole CIB discusses financing for LBOs and how GPs are waiting for markets to settle.
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