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PE firms are following a three-phase approach during the crisis, writes Gopal Tampi of Mizuho Americas.
Some London buildings at night as seen from myopia glasses
As the health pandemic takes its toll, the societal issues weighed up by investors are becoming more pressing. What does this mean for the sector?
baseball
The firm counts former TPG, Warburg Pincus, Partners Group and Accel Partners professionals among its staff and will take passive stakes in sports franchises.
Making lemonade from lemons
Manufacturers are leading the charge when it comes to retooling their existing capabilities to meet rising demand for pandemic-related goods.
downturn
The firm received net inflows of $27bn, including almost $5bn in the last two weeks of March for its latest core private equity fund, according to its earnings announcement Thursday.
consolidation
The firm has merged its financial services and industrial tech and services teams to tap more attractive deals as a result of market dislocation.
Our survey sheds light on how sponsors expect coronavirus to affect their plans in the near term, including fundraising, new investments and portfolio company layoffs.
Firms with a team-based leadership approach have a higher chance of success during periods of dislocation, writes veteran investor Neil Harper.
Impact investing technology
Emerging managers' innovative investment strategies and hunger to outperform make them an attractive proposition for LPs looking to deploy capital in a dislocated market.
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