Home Limited partners

limited partners

Industry players say fee transparency has been increasing. So why are more LPs asking for more of it?
Though the secondaries market continues to grow apace, sentiment dampened slightly in 2019, with cost concerns around GP-led deals a sticking point.
Co-investments have given the pension plan a greater insight into its GPs, although finding suitable opportunities is ‘threading a narrow needle’, said director of private equity Michael Bailey.
For most US and European investors, investing in emerging markets usually comes with a currency risk. What steps can LPs who prefer not to use forex hedging take to mitigate the effects?
Moscow, Russia
The government has propped up Russian private equity following western retrenchment in recent years; it remains unclear whether the industry can make it alone.
After a difficult few years, emerging markets are starting to generate more investor interest. Is now the time to be allocating capital to funds targeting these economies?
Institutional investors are changing policy and hiring more internal talent to increase their co-investments.
Three leading investors give their thoughts on what to expect next year.
Few LPs are prioritising sustainability, and a lack of gender balance in GPs is rarely a deal-breaker.
Perspectives
As investors continue to see outperformance in the private equity asset class, allocations and commitments are expected to rise accordingly, according to the LP Perspectives Survey.
pei
pei

Copyright PEI Media

Not for publication, email or dissemination