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The growth and diversification of private equity’s investor base has required GPs to take an increasingly sophisticated approach to securing capital, say MVision’s Mounir Guen and Hussein Khalifa.
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Tech continues to offer good opportunities for secular growth, but investors require a focused approach, say Mark Fariborz and Philipp Schwalber at BC Partners.
Jumping over hurdle
The resilience of the enterprise software industry means that opportunities are still plentiful for forward-looking firms whatever the markets may bring, say Vista Equity Partners’ Robert F Smith, Monti Saroya and Michael Fosnaugh.
The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation is becoming inextricably linked with the impact investment process, says Amara Goeree, sustainability director, private equity at Schroders Capital.
StepStone and Schroders lead Trinity Hunt two-asset secondary
Reliable and relevant data is vital for impact investors to demonstrate accountability and to make better decisions, says KPMG’s Tania Carnegie.
Impact and financial returns should be mutually reinforcing, says partner and co-head of impact at Apollo, Joanna Reiss.
Investors see more impact opportunities and want more rigour behind those strategies, say Matt Autrey, Ana Maria Harrison and Yohan Hill at Adams Street Partners.
Why is Luxembourg an advantageous location for structuring debt platforms? Laurent Capolaghi and Vincent Rémy of EY Luxembourg explain.
The face of impact investing has evolved – now it offers a variety of compelling opportunities for investors seeking to align their financial and environmental or social objectives, say StepStone Group’s Suzanne Tavill and Bhavika Vyas.
There is an opportunity to align closely with portfolio companies and investors to address global challenges such as food supply, climate change and poor health, say Kevin Schwartz, Renata Dinkelmann and Natalya Michaels at Paine Schwartz Partners.

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