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The private equity industry needs to be ready for more stringent disclosure regulations, including on taxation, say Travers Smith partners Sam Kay and Elena Rowlands
The future of private funds as a longer-term investment option has become a commonplace goal for the market, write Troutman Pepper lawyers Julia Corelli, Stephanie Pindyck Costantino, Patrick Bianchi and Theodore Edwards.
After a steady start, 2022 is shaping up to be another busy year for deals as private equity firms remain active despite testing markets, say Baker McKenzie partners Darcy Down and Michael Fieweger
With a rapidly growing market in an increasingly volatile environment, secondaries investors need to creatively focus on the basics, says Michael Granoff of Pomona Capital
Linking strategy and execution to accountable individuals is essential when people and culture are the primary determinants of success, says partner and co-head of Ares Private Equity Group, Matt Cwiertnia
In a highly competitive environment, TPG Capital is digging for alpha in the ‘nooks and crannies’ of its target industries and staying laser-focused on its strategy, say Nehal Raj, Jeffrey Rhodes and Todd Sisitsky
Advancements in private markets could unlock a wave of interest from retail investors and defined contribution plans, says Partners Group’s US head of private wealth, Rob Collins
There is growing speculation that secondaries trading could surpass primary fundraising, as it has in the public markets, write Rod James and Amy Carroll.
In the future, private markets firms can expect to benefit from risk management tools, unstructured data collection and advanced analytics, says BlackRock’s Sloane Collins
As strategies and fund structures become more sophisticated, service providers must step up to support managers’ increasingly complex needs, say Apex Group’s Aman Bahel, David Ries and Kartik Shah
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