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Minority stakes: The lighter side of cannibalism

More US private fund managers are taking minority stakes in their industry peers and there are benefits for buyer and seller alike.

PE to the people

Retail demand for alternatives has promise but the options for GPs hoping to access a new pool of capital remain limited.

Dyal snaps up credit, RE stakes

Dyal has completed four deals this year, following investments in Vector Capital and Clearlake Capital Group.

Coller: LP appetite for GP stakes ‘disproportionately large’

Almost 40% of LPs have already invested or will consider investing in funds that take stakes in GPs, according to Coller Capital’s latest Global Private Equity Barometer.
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Dyal plots June close after collecting $4.9bn – exclusive

The Neuberger Berman unit has not set a hard-cap for the vehicle but is unlikely to exceed $6bn, PEI understands.

Federated swoops in for £246m Hermes stake

The deal comes as Hermes continues to fundraise for £1bn for its second infrastructure vehicle.

Blackstone strikes balance with haul of GP stakes

The firm’s Strategic Capital Holdings Fund took stakes in three private equity managers during March after a previous weighting towards hedge funds.

Inside the Alaska-Railpen-PIFSS joint venture

Three sizeable investors have teamed up to back promising first-time managers with $700m. How will it work?

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.

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