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Trends of the Year: Investing in GPs

General and limited partners have shown growing interest in acquiring manager stakes during 2017.

Trends of the Year: GPs branch out

Private equity firms have turned to credit and sector-specialisation to keep up with LP demands for capital allocations over the past year.

Eurazeo targets US pensions after buying into Rhône

Rhône's network of US investors could be useful for the French firm, which is likely to come back to market in 2018.

EBRD: How to be cool in a crisis

The EBRD’s private equity head Anne Fossemalle discusses the lesson learned from the 2008 crash and how it taught GPs to listen to their investors.

Rosemont to launch evergreen fund of firms – exclusive

One of the first firms to raise capital to take minority stakes in GPs will scrap the traditional fixed-term fund model, founder Chas Burkhart tells PEI.

Taking an interest in funds of firms

Investors and fund managers alike are waking up to the appeal of GP interest vehicles.

NBG spin-out eyes complex secondaries

Stage Capital, which spun out of National Bank of Greece's alternatives arm last year, is itself interested in backing spin-outs and portfolio transfers.

More co-investments, separate accounts in Asia by 2019

LPs are increasingly seeking closer alignment with Asian private equity managers as the industry diversifies away from traditional fund structures, an Intertrust report revealed.

Dyal eyes December first close for $6bn GP interest fund – exclusive

The Neuberger Berman unit has secured around $1bn of commitments for its vehicle that will take stakes in managers, Private Equity International has learned.