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Private Equity International’s LP Perspectives 2022 Study takes the temperature of the investor community.
LPs are scrutinising fund managers’ ability to deliver in a downturn.
Subscription and NAV financing are increasingly accepted by LPs, but transparency is key.
How we conducted our annual study of the investor community.
Appetite for the asset class continues to rise at a staggering rate, but there are lingering concerns over what might happen when the music stops.
ESG is increasingly a deal-breaker for LPs and GPs are responding by stepping up their game.
GP stakes funds are targeting nearly three times 2019’s record fundraising haul, but the lack of predictability around exits may be keeping LPs from embracing the strategy.
Reduced economics may be appealing, but triaging record dealflow can be tough.
Investors from Private Equity International’s 40 under 40: Future Leaders of Private Equity class of 2020 and 2021 give their take on market trends and what lies ahead for the asset class.
Investors can accelerate progress on diversity, equity and inclusion, say Marie-Andrée Dupuis and Giovanni Orsi at Canada’s PSP Investments.
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