Today’s fund administrators are a far cry from yesterday’s accounting firm spin-offs, offering services from back office outsourcing through to risk management and performance attribution, says Steven Millner of Gen II Fund Services.
Baker McKenzie partners Bee Chun Boo and William Holder explain how Chinese managers are contending with stiff competition for assets.
Adapting a US buyout model to China requires patience, local know-how and a willingness to learn from mistakes, says Yichen Zhang, the founder of CITIC Capital
Private equity has a key role to play in helping family-owned businesses find new owners, says Kyle Shaw, the founder of mid-market specialist ShawKwei & Partners.
The next decade will favour thematic investors that focus on China’s evolving mid-market, says Chris Lerner, head of Asia for Eaton Partners
Increasing competition for healthcare opportunities in Japan has caused PE firms to look for new niches, say J-STAR’s Satoru Arakawa and Masayoshi Nakajima.
As the country's market continues to evolve and thrive, five investors discuss why the mid-market is primed to be more competitive in the next decade.
NSSK managing partner Jun Tsusaka describes how the Japanese private equity market is gaining lasting momentum.
A decade on from the financial crisis, private equity is thriving. Its renaissance owes much to the resilience of global markets and the ability of fund domiciles such as the Cayman Islands to adapt to new regulatory models, write Caroline Williams and Jason Allison from Walkers
Negotiations and arrangements for the remaining portfolio can prove fiendishly complicated when a fund approaches the end of its term. Julie Corelli of Pepper Hamilton considers the challenges