Dear Valued Member of the Moonfare Network,
Welcome to the 11th edition of The Satellite, our regular newsletter recapping Moonfare’s most recent coverage of private equity markets.
With summer coming to a close, we are looking forward to a packed autumn schedule as investors return from their breaks. Below, you can catch up on our latest content to help prime you for getting back to business, whether that's checking out our latest analysis on private equity in previous downturns, or the top trends so far this year.
Enjoy the newsletter and see you soon.
With inflation soaring, growth slowing and interest rates continuing to rise, many investors are understandably nervous about the effects these may have on their portfolios. However, analysis of market performance in previous downturns suggests that private equity may well outperform public markets during recessions.
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