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Sky-high valuations coupled with technology risk might seem to undermine the data centre fairy tale. But for the right assets, opportunities abound.
Highly leveraged midstream companies are likely to default on loans, but natural gas, which has not seen commodity price volatility like oil has, is one bright spot.
Transport assets are likely to be hit the hardest from the coronavirus crisis, although much will depend on the contracts behind the assets.
Heavily invested legacy vintages might suffer more than funds in market, with the jury still out on whether this crisis will be sharp and short like the GFC, or sharp and longer-lasting running through various cycles.
As the industry hunkers down in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, we speak to GPs, LPs and others to discuss asset class resiliency, the impact on new firms and opportunity assessment.
The financial impact of coronavirus on infrastructure assets may yet prove to be much wider and deeper than during past stresses, Fitch Ratings' Seth Lehman says.
Lawyers from Paul Weiss pinpoint the areas of a private equity firm operations that may need to be adjusted to account for the coronavirus outbreak, including fund documentation, valuation and banking relationships.
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The global epidemic has wiped at least $1.5trn off global stock markets in the past week.
Investors seem concerned about an increasingly uncertain world, but capital keeps on pushing into new markets.
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