When investors default – part 2: prevention is the best remedy

In last month’s article, we looked at what happens when an investor in a private equity fund defaults on its obligation to meet capital calls. In this article, we examine some of the other issues arising from an LP default for the fund, its manager, investors and financial regulators. If an investor fails to meet…

When investors default – part 1: commitments and consequences

In this article, the first of two (click here to read the follow up article), we look at what happens when an investor in a private equity fund defaults on its obligation to meet drawdown requests; the effects of a default on the fund manager and the other investors; and the tools available to the…

GP-led secondaries: Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask

Secondaries have been a hot topic in private equity in recent years. The first secondaries fund in history raised a mere $6 million in capital back in 1981. Forty years later, the biggest secondaries fund of all, managed by Ardian, has $19 billion in capital. In 2020 alone, secondaries funds raised $100 billion. Four of…

The end of the line: key considerations when ending a limited partnership

Unless a private fund is organised as a permanent capital vehicle, a limited partnership has a limited lifespan that will, one fine day, come to an end. And while the event of termination is less likely to enjoy the acclaim and publicity accorded to fund closings, the termination scenarios represent an important stage in the…

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