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LPs still positive about secondaries – survey

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

How secondaries processes can show GPs the best exit

LPs worried about conflicts in fund restructuring situations may be reassured by Charterhouse’s sale of Comexposium.

Goldman Sachs returns with latest fund to buy secondhand stakes

The firm is seeking as much as $7bn for its eighth flagship private equity secondaries fund.

Asset sale could derail Charterhouse secondaries process

Charterhouse Capital Partners' exit of a prized asset in its 2009-vintage fund means its potential secondaries process on the vehicle is 'unlikely' to go ahead.

PODCAST: Why GP-led secondaries is the next big thing in private equity

From stapled deals to restructurings, tender offers to strip sales, Andrew Sealey, managing partner and chief executive of Campbell Lutyens, discusses the different types of GP-led deals and how they can benefit all parties.

Whitehorse looks to raise biggest preferred equity fund – exclusive

The preferred equity specialist is returning to market two months after announcing the final close on its second fund.

AlpInvest and LGT back Dutch bank’s PE spin-out

The private equity unit of ABN AMRO, the Netherlands' third-largest bank, have spun out in a Lazard-advised deal.

Don’t let end-of-life ambiguity sour your relationships

Who pays if you need to restructure your 10-year-old fund? It is a question that could cause friction.

Stapled secondaries: sweeteners that come in many flavours

As stapled deals evolve to take all shapes and sizes, GPs and their advisors must continue to disclose their effect on pricing to LPs.

Charterhouse mulls secondaries process on Fund IX

One of the UK's oldest buyout firms is in early stage talks with investors about a process on its €4bn Charterhouse Capital Partners IX.

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