The pandemic is leading global investors to make changes to their portfolio strategies, finds Coller Capital's latest private equity barometer, to be released today.
Asset owners want private equity fund’s portfolio companies to be more transparent, and expect more variations in fund terms, the latest survey by Coller Capital shows.
Asset owners are also increasingly worried about the potential impact of Brexit, but positive on China and Southeast Asia as PE investment destinations, finds a Coller Capital survey.
European asset owners in particular plan to reduce the size of their Asia-Pacific private equity teams, even as regional LPs are looking to boost their own, according to Coller Capital.
The London-based private equity secondaries specialist firm has added an investment principal to its team, amid rising interest in these types of assets.
Institutions plan to increase their Asian private-equity exposure as an economic slowdown grips the West, says a Coller Capital survey.
Coller Capital’s survey of limited partners suggests they're making exits from private equity funds of funds in favour of broader investing among single fund managers.
Coller Capital’s survey of global limited partners finds disappointment with investment returns and a likely shift to find more Asia-focused managers.
Coller Capital finds investors especially bullish on Asia-Pacific buyouts; investors set to increase allocations to private equity in next 12 months.