Private Equity

Finding it harder to monetize their holdings in a tough market, managers are turning to “perpetual capital” from insurers and retail investors.
“Return expectations will be on a different scale, and therefore you have to find other levers to unlock value,” says Third Bridge’s Joshua Maxey.
These newly popular loans can add “leverage on leverage,” says Cambridge’s Andrea Auerbach.
PE firms that specialize in founder-owned businesses called the recent surge in dealmaking activities “abrupt” and “significant.”
Hecker, who advised AB InBev on its $105 billion takeover of SABMiller, sees more cross-border mergers ahead despite regulatory pushback.
Limited partners that excel at choosing funds reap higher returns, a recent Ohio State University study of some 12,000 investments found.
At the Delivering Alpha conference yesterday, the Blackstone Group CEO weighed in where to find yield and attractive sectors of the market.
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The U.S. dollar and private credit are two of several opportunities in the present market, though choppy waves remain.
Although deal volume has slipped this year, acquisitions remain the easiest way to boost revenue in a low-growth environment.