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Vast majority of institutional investors braced for prolonged recession amid lack of faith in govt inflation fight

More than 90% of instutional investors are bracing themselves for a prolonged recession amid sinking optimism the US government's ability to successfully fight inflation without hamstringing the economy, new research shows. The post Vast majority

New Mountain Capital to pay up to $2.45bn to carve out PerkinElmer unit

New Mountain Capital has agreed to pay up to $2.45bn to carve out the applied, food and enterprise services businesses of scientific research solutions major PerkinElmer. The post New Mountain Capital to pay up to

PE’s Covid comeback stutters, LPs ‘overwhelmed’ at fundraising pace

Private equity's record-breaking comeback from the coronavirus pandemic last year has stuttered in 2022 as geopolitical tensions and inflationary pressures continue to take their toll on markets, new research shows. The post PE’s Covid comeback

KKR Forms Strategic Alliance with Loop Capital to Offer Equity Research and Distribution Capabilities

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- KKR, a leading global investment firm, and Loop Capital Markets (“Loop Capital”), a black owned and led investment bank, brokerage and advisory firm today announced a strategic alliance under which Loop Capital

Fundraising failing to keep up with booming ASEAN dealmaking environment

Private equity and venture capital fundraising in southeast Asia is failing to keep up with huge investment activity from alternative asset investors in the region, new research shows. The post Fundraising failing to keep up

Investors to increase private credit allocation amid market uncertainties

82% of the respondents are expecting to increase their allocation to private credit in the year ahead amid market uncertainties, a new survey from Rede Partners shows. The post Investors to increase private credit allocation

Asia-Pacific PE, VC, M&A jumps despite China deal activity slide

Asia Pacific private equity, venture capital, and M&A activity jumped almost 10% in the first half of 2022 compared to the same period last year - although deal activity in the region remains choppy. The

Optimism prevails as PEs expect step-up in deal-making – research

More than half (54%) of European mid-market private equity firms expect the number of new acquisitions they will make in the next year to increase, according to research carried out by investment research firm Third

LPs upping PE allocations, crypto industry fund investments on the rise: Coller Capital Barometer

More than half of institutional LPs have increased their commitments to private equity over the past two years in the hunt for outsized returns, the latest Coller Barometer report shows. The post LPs upping PE

Fund of funds continue ‘phenomenal run’ outperforming private capital markets with 14-quarter winning streak

Private capital funds of funds have continued their "phenomenal run" with a 14-quarter streak of outperforming the rest of the private capital universe, new data from PitchBook shows. The post Fund of funds continue ‘phenomenal

LPs look to up PE, infra allocations, digital asset appetite booms

Professional investors are looking to up their commitments to private equity, infrastructure and digital assets this year as they look to take advantage of illiquid asset returns, new research shows. The post LPs look to

Institutional LPs still hungry for GP-led secondaries despite market volatility, global headwinds

Institutional investors continue to have a strong appetite for GP-led secondary recap transactions across the globe, even in the face of increased market volatility, high inflation, and geopolitical instability, new research suggests. The post Institutional

Individual experience more important than fund track record for returns, new research shows

The prior performance of individuals involved in a private equity transaction is stronger tan fund level performance, new research from Golding Capital Partners suggests. The post Individual experience more important than fund track record for

Secondaries investors brace for valuations drop following booming 2021

Secondaries market investors are bracing themselves for a drop in valuations as the rising interest rate environment and war in Ukraine create headwinds for the sector, data from Raymond James | Cebile Capital shows. The

Private equity becomes $1.1tn operation as average deal size rockets to record $1.1bn: Bain & Co

Powerhouse private equity megadeals are increasingly powering what is now a $1.1tn operation, with average deal size passing $1bn for the first time ever, new research from Bain & Company shows. The post Private equity

Secondaries market hits record $143bn in spectacular rebound from Covid-19 woes

The global private equity secondaries market hit a bumper $143bn in the 2021 financial year to seal a stunning recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, new research shows. The post Secondaries market hits record $143bn in

Omicron variant spread sees Asia-Pacific deal activity slump

Asia-Pacific dealmaking across private equity, venture capital and M&A nosedived in January as the Omicron variant of Covid-19 surged through the region. The post Omicron variant spread sees Asia-Pacific deal activity slump first appeared on

PE-backed companies see enterprise values surge – but is public market volatility a harbinger of doom for PE portfolios?

Private US companies, primarily those owned by private equity firms, saw their enterprise values grow 3.9% in the last quarter of 2021 amid a continued impressive recovery from Covid-19 lows. The post PE-backed companies see

CIVC Partners picks market research services provider InnovateMR for its latest deal

Mid-market Chicago buyout house CIVC Partners has backed market research survey and sampling provider InnovateMR. The post CIVC Partners picks market research services provider InnovateMR for its latest deal first appeared on AltAssets Private Equity

UK leading Europe’s private equity rebound from Covid amid ‘unprecedented’ mega-deal surge

Private equity activity in the UK last year reached levels not seen since before the global financial crisis, a spectacular result given ongoing uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The post UK leading Europe’s private

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