Be you pessimist or optimist, the current landscape for investment and business growth can support your view.
As the Spanish economy continues to grow, the latest fundraising figures hint that Iberia’s standing in the private equity world could be on the rise.
Some high-performing firms are enjoying considerably more carried interest than the standard 20 per cent, a new report reveals.
One Four Zero’s Fleur Hicks speaks to Real Deals about why digital due diligence has emerged as an independent work stream and the value it can add for dealmakers.
Earlier this month Howard Marks, co-founder of Oaktree Capital Management, wrote a somewhat disapproving memo on the subject of subscription line financing. His is not the first criticism of the practice, and other commentators have warned that it could effectively be fleecing LPs. But is subscription line financing really so bad?
Dealmakers’ approach to this rapidly changing sector is evolving just as fast.
The Spanish firm is raising capital from external investors for the first time following its spin-out from Banc Sabadell.
Due diligence used to be an exercise in ticking all the boxes and uncovering any deal-breaking risks. As the buyout market has become more competitive and sophisticated, however, GPs have come to demand more.
Gresham House Strategic makes its returns from applying private equity techniques to listed companies. But its strategy could also prove profitable for more traditional GPs.
The chief executive of Hamilton Lane reflects on the firm's recent IPO, the perils of co-investment and early encounters with Stephen Schwarzman.