Private Equity should start their digital journey now before it’s too late
The private equity game has become more complex and competitive. Increased capital has flooded the market, driving up prices for fewer transactions. Global assets under management (AUM) are currently just shy of $5 trillion, and companies are acquiring more than they are selling.
Challenges facing private equity in 2022
Private equity will likely have a solid 2022, as money managers and the well-off continue to seek performance and diversification, Shanu Sherwani, a private equity analyst, writes in this guest column. More secondary investors are expected to enter the market, while use of DLTs (the technology also known as the blockchain) could also pick up.
Fund of Funds an attractive gateway for Investors seeking exposure to Private Equity
Through exposure to many funds, and in turn, many companies, investors can achieve diversification while only making one financial commitment. The purpose of this article is to examine the attractiveness of fund of funds, their advantages, and the types of investors for whom they are appropriate.
Luxembourg should pay attention to a new generation of private equity dealmakers
Emerging private equity fund managers, i.e., first-time funds, could be a new gateway for Luxembourg to strengthen its position as a hub for private equity funds. Emerging fund managers are relatively new managers who have the potential to become top tier groups. A growing number of limited partners are shifting their focus away from the largest managers and toward experienced dealmakers who are launching their own businesses – many of whom are spin-offs from the giant firms.