When raising a successor fund, an equilibrium needs to be struck between cloning the previous Limited Partnership Agreement and making wholesale revisions, write Joseph Smith, Jason Behrens and David Miller of law firm Schulte Roth & Zabel.
Asian private equity markets are often misunderstood, but could hold great potential for those willing to take the first step, says Samena Capital’s Shirish Saraf.
The Central and Eastern European region offers LPs emerging market potential in a developed market framework.
Making co-investments is now less about the specific deal and more about the LP-GP relationship.
With increasing dry powder and strong competition from strategic buyers pushing asset prices higher and higher, it’s more important than ever that mid-market firms differentiate themselves, explains Baker McKenzie’s Michael Fieweger.
The next step in the evolution of operational value creation should be dubbed the ‘portfolio approach’, says Partners Group's Fredrik Henzler.
Adding operational focus to the deal team is an essential part of designing a value creation plan.
With Asian private equity maturing and GPs raising their game, experts tell PEI where the real opportunities and challenges lie in the years to come.