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LPs still positive about secondaries – survey

Expect another year of healthy trading in the market for second-hand fund stakes.

Co-investment growth leads to uncertainty over terms

Co-investments have become standard in private equity, but arrangements between LPs and GPs don’t all fit the same mould.

Competition for space prompts new GP relationships

Investors are looking to expand their GP portfolios as access to funds becomes increasingly competitive.

Management fees remain a sticking point

Fees remain a bone of contention for limited partners as fund sizes continue to grow

LPs continue to pile into PE amid macro concerns: Coller survey

Almost three-quarters of LPs believe that PE-backed companies will perform better than their non-PE-backed counterparts in the case of downturn, according to Coller Capital's latest industry barometer.

DOWNLOAD: From fees to style drift – what LPs really think

An interactive presentation on how investors are thinking about seven of the most topical issues in private equity today, drawn from Private Equity International's LP Perspectives survey.

Limited partner perspectives in seven charts

The Perspectives survey is one of the most comprehensive analyses of LP sentiment. Here are the charts that tell us what investors think of today's talking points.

How we conducted our LP survey

The institutions involved, where they are headquartered and how much they commit to different asset classes.

Investors want more PE exposure

Private equity is outperforming investors’ benchmarks, encouraging them to increase their allocations to the asset class.

LPs and GPs drive conversation on diversity

Speakers at the PEI Women in Private Equity Forum agreed momentum from both sides is 'unstoppable'. The question is what they hope to achieve and how quickly they get there.

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