The J-Curve and Building a Self-Funding Private Equity Portfolio

The J-Curve and Building a Self-Funding Private Equity Portfolio

J-Curve, a tool for visualising the net cash flows connected with a private equity fund investment, helps explain the benefits of building a portfolio of several funds.

What Now?

What now? Private markets funds and the way forward

Private Equity Infrastructure Funds: Building the foundation of the future

Private Equity Infrastructure Funds

Private Equity in Asia: Powering the global growth engine

How Buyout Funds create value for Investors

Buyout funds have consistently outperformed public markets in recent decades. This white paper explains how this asset class works and the ways in which it creates value for investors.

Private Equity in a Portfolio Perspective

Private equity has historically provided one of the most attractive risk-adjusted returns. This white paper highlights the importance of PE from an investment portfolio perspective.

Now is the time to invest in Private Equity

Historically,  it is seen that PE’s best returns tend to follow recessionary periods. This white paper highlights what causes PE outperformance and why now it is the time to invest in this asset class.

Top US Tech Funds: Everything you need to know

Many investors wonder how top US tech funds manage to consistently deliver outsized returns over extended periods of time. So how do these fund managers achieve such strong results?

Navigating PE: Value Creation Primer

Since the private equity heyday of the 1980s, when financial engineering ruled the playbook for this novel type of investing, a lot has changed. This white paper outlines this shift and explains the way the industry developed.

Market Timing or Time in the Market?

When it comes to investors’ portfolios, attempting to time market downturns has often proven to be too difficult a task to outweigh the benefits of staying the course, often limiting the upside potential of their portfolios.

Growth Equity: Staying Private for Longer

The number of publicly listed companies has been declining in the US since 1996. One reason is that smaller firms are trying to grow rapidly to capture market share and customers before listing.

PE Secondaries: Diversification at a Discount

In the late 1970s, regulatory changes permitting US pension funds to invest in private equity transformed the asset class and drastically increased the number and volume of private fundraisings.

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