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A study from fund administrator Gen II Fund Services sheds light on how fund managers expected the pandemic to affect their valuations.
Employer with magnifying glass exploring application papers
The latest guidance from the LP body encourages GPs to disclose net IRR with and without the use of such facilities, in addition to the methodology used to reach that figure.
Excuse rights are a tool for LPs to avoid being committed to investments they would rather avoid on environmental, social or governance grounds, but they can create difficulties for fund managers. Winston Penhall of Reed Smith explains why.
Global Summit on Demand
Six fund managers take a look back at infrastructure's journey from a nascent asset class to an established strategy, as well as the changes in risk, approach and benefits that have accompanied it.
Emergency financial support
Industry bodies and heavyweights such as David Rubenstein have urged governments to grant private equity access to public funds.
The Australian fund manager continues to report publicly on emissions of its Australian assets and said it is making solid progress towards emissions reduction targets.
Effective communication during the coronavirus pandemic will be key to safeguarding businesses and preparing for the future, writes Prosek Partners' Josh Clarkson
open-ended funds
The asset class has always been sold as ‘long-term’ but invested in through a private equity-like model. We look at whether this has done the asset class justice and why things might be changing.
Infratech
They are not going up the risk curve to invest in it directly but they are finding ways to support tech companies in developing products that will improve their assets and keep them relevant.
Two European LPs have already defaulted on capital calls, and more are rumored, as LPs get hit with a one-two punch of large, often early capital calls and drying up distributions.
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