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Optimum Strategic Communications (Optimum), an international strategic healthcare communications firm, has published the results of its survey of European Venture Capital (VC) investors and the impact of Covid-19 on the healthcare sector.
Demand for alternatives, multi-asset, and ESG funds is rising, according to survey of UK asset managers
UK asset managers have placed alternatives, multi-asset, and ESG fund launches at the top of the list for 2020, with demand outside the traditional asset classes driven by market volatility, says a new report by wealth manager Alpha FMC.
Deal flow will remain depressed until the UK lockdown eases, according to the UK & Ireland Private Capital Breakdown, which covers Covid-19’s impact on the private equity industry.
Ability to execute complex transactions crucial for acquirers of carve-out assets in 2020, says Aurelius survey
A buyer’s ability to execute complex carve-out transactions is predicted to be the most important factor for corporate sellers of non-core assets, according to the findings of Aurelius Equity Opportunities’ (Aurelius) Annual Corporate Carve-out Survey.
Private equity and venture capital fundraising hit EUR109 billion, up 6 per cent, in 2019, and the highest total over a decade, according to new data from Invest Europe.
Private markets adopt a ‘pause & prepare’ stance amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, says Oxane Partners’ survey
Oxane Partners, a leading technology-driven solutions provider to the alternative investments industry, today released its special report ‘Covid-19 and the Private Markets’. Based on a market survey of 120+ senior professionals, the special report reveals that
A new survey by Intertrust, a global leader in providing tech-enabled fund and corporate solutions, has revealed how fund finance will play a primarily defensive role in helping GPs to combat the impact of Covid-19 while also supporting their investment programmes.
Capital calls are expected to fall in the short term but should pick up rapidly throughout the year as cash-rich PE funds begin bargain hunting, according to new research by eFront.
Asia Pacific’s private market attracted USD117 billion in net capital inflow in 2019, led predominantly by private equity where fund raising topped USD94 billion according to McKinsey’s Private Markets Review 2020. This represented a 25 per cent reduction year-on-year, led principally by closed ended real estate, which closed 2019 with a modest USD13 billion in fundraising; down 39 per cent on 2018.