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Returns healthy, still under pressure Download PitchBook’s Report here. TVPI multiples—more simply known as investment multiples—remain healthy. Gains from post-vintage buckets (2010-2016) were all boosted by at least 0.08x over the past twelve months, with 2015 vintages leading the way with an overall boost of 0.16x....View Article
Alt asset fundraising falls in 2018 thanks to PE and private debt Real estate also fell, continuing a multiyear trend, after hitting a record high four years ago. Fundraising for core alternative asset classes – private equity, private debt, real estate and infrastructure – fell off a cliff from 2017 to 2018, largely driven byView Article
Investors think PE is too expensive, what about private debt? Making sure investors find the asset class a good place to find value can help it maintain its rapid growth. Private equity has mushroomed post-global financial crisis, but is it too expensive? That may be the prevailing sentiment according to limited partners surveyed by PrivateView Article
Global green loan volume tops US$10bn ytd, shadowing record 2018 pace At a pace reminiscent of the record setting US$59.5bn total set in 2018, 2019 green loan issuance topped US$10.0bn so far in 1Q19. This is modestly off from results at the same time last year which stood at nearly US$11.8bn....View Article
Acacia funds Download PitchBook’s Report here. Acacia trees are those huge, canopy-like trees in Africa that giraffes feast on. It helps to be that tall—there’s virtually no competition to eat the leaves. Sheer size in private equity brings similar advantages, as only mega funds can compete for certain deals....View Article
Beginning in March 2018 The Lead Left published a series of articles on the healthcare industry. This report consolidates those articles.
Beginning in October 2018 The Lead Left published a series of articles on loan recovery. This report consolidates those articles.
Review of Current Market Conditions/ Analysis of Capital Markets Metrics/ Review of Credit Quality/ Outlook for First Quarter 2019