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GP stake sales
Infra managers have long been in demand for the funds they manage; now, third-party investors also want a slice of the GP pie.
The fund has sub-vehicles investing in asset classes such as PE, debt and infrastructure, each of which can commit 30% to secondaries.
Secondaries are still uncommon in the asset class, but certain fundamentals may drive demand in the future, writes Amy Carroll.
University of Liverpool
The move will enable roughly 85,000 DC members, representing around £1bn of funds, to select a private markets allocation within their investment programme.
pipes
The firm has been organising itself to take advantage of increased opportunity in the asset class, according to co-chief executive David Layton.
Alaska
The $66bn sovereign wealth fund is inviting bids on a portfolio comprised around 40% of infrastructure funds.
Fund continuations have so far taken shape through entire portfolio rollovers. But does the future lie in single-asset funds?
communications tower
Wireless infrastructure operator Phoenix Tower International is being moved into a continuation vehicle, Secondaries Investor understands.
Growth investing
Standards regimes can encourage box-ticking at the expense of more detailed analysis, according to the secondaries firm's ESG & sustainability head.
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