The pandemic has spurred an uptick in the adoption of technology, but for some private equity managers and investors implementing the change has not been easy.
Hong Kong’s limited partnership fund bill passed on July 9, but it faces many problems if it is to succeed, including inertia and potentially the city's controversial new security law.
Businesses that can call upon capital and expertise from private equity owners are seen as better able to weather the huge economic impact of the coronavirus lockdown.
More asset owners are looking to support healthcare private equity funds amid the pandemic. But aspiring funds also face rising competition, increasing asset costs and geopolitical risk.
A sizeable number of troubled high yield bonds are from private equity-backed companies. What are the chances their general partner owners will help bail them out?
The pandemic looks may have led to greater use of remote capital-raising but might it also encourage investors to establish more overseas offices?