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Fundraisers in the 40 under 40: Future Leaders of Private Equity list, from meteoric risers to people who made the switch to virtual without batting an eye.
Private Equity International's senior editorial team had to whittle down the entrants to 40 from more than 500 nominations.
The advisory firm looks to bolster its ranks in a competitive skilled labour pool in key sectors and geographies to capitalise on continued covid recovery momentum.
From relationship-building to staying nimble, the 2021 class of future leaders share their tips for forging a career in private equity.
LPs have flocked to the safety of mega-managers throughout the pandemic, yet the long-term implications of a shifting fundraising model are more nuanced.
Cornell Capital Partners II holds a second close.
Fundraising is poised to set new records as private equity firms branch out from buyouts to strategies such as secondaries and growth investing.
The firm reported $6.4bn of realised proceeds in the first quarter, driven by exit activity in its Europe, Asia and US buyout funds, as well as AlpInvest and financial services, according to its earnings results on Thursday.
Blurred pedestrians on clock face
The growth of secondaries and the realities of the market amid the pandemic have forced more flexibility into the classic PE fund model, according to a survey by Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison.

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