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How co-investors are adjusting to an unsettled market

When Private Equity International gathered participants for its annual co-investment roundtable in London in early September, inflation in the eurozone had just hit another record. Volatile energy prices caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, combined with households...

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Why co-investing is still on a roll

Co-investors are bullish about their opportunities to deploy capital in the year ahead, despite macroeconomic turmoil threatening to slow private equity dealflow. Co-investment opportunities are inevitably and inextricably linked to overall private equity...

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When the Music Stops: Be Ready

Co-investment provides access to great assets at reduced economics. However, when this bull run finally ends, co-investors must be ready to get their hands dirty, write Adam Le and Amy Carroll.

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Secondary Market bouncing back after Covid dip

After slowing to a trickle in the second and third quarters of last year, buying and selling of secondhand stakes in private-market assets, particularly those involving sponsor-led transactions, has snapped back. In the early spring of 2020, secondary intermediary...

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