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Boscalt Announces Hyde Paradox Hotel London City
The 110-room property will occupy 15 Old Bailey, a building originally known as the ‘Spiers & Pond Hotel’
Luxembourg, December 15, 2021
Master funds news
SwanCap Announces Support for TCFD - Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures
SwanCap declared its support for the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), joining market leading organizations in demonstrating a commitment to building a more resilient financial system and safeguarding against climate risk through better disclosures.
Private Equity turns to Private Wealth market for new sources of capital
Private equity is enhancing access to one of the most attractive and fastest increasing forms of limited partner financing.
ESG remains relatively underappreciated as a value creation lever for the private equity industry
For many institutional investors, having a solid ESG profile is a requirement. Most have committed to one or more international initiatives, such as the Principles for Responsible Investment or the Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance, and thus must invest in or finance companies that adhere to those commitments. The ripple effect extends to middle-market private equity and private credit firms and their present and prospective portfolio companies.
With more private equity capital available than ever before, another boom year is expected in 2022
Private equity dealmaking and fundraising is forecasted to remain robust in 2022, while midmarket managers in the United States and Europe are wary of high valuations and inflationary pressures as they deploy record amounts of capital.
The booming secondary market in Private Equity an additional gateway for Luxembourg
Individual LPs (investors) can only exit early their private equity interests through the secondary market. In brief, secondaries allow investors to sell their positions in private equity funds and hence liquidate equity stakes in private companies. Due to the illiquid nature of private equity, the establishment of a secondary market was necessary and perhaps inevitable.