The September edition of the Alternative Investor is out today, in which we take a deep dive into the secondaries market, a sector that is firmly on the rise.
We look at the past month’s performances and a selection of stories to have crossed our desks, from further ‘record’ fundraisings, a growing war for talent, failed bids, legal actions, popularity of private credit, charity donations and much more. Plenty is going on in the regulatory space, particularly with the SEC adopting proposed rules for private fund advisers. We also have a brilliant new monthly section, Letter from America, written by Prosek’s Mark Kollar.
For our secondaries features, we hear from:
- Tyrus Capital’s Gunter Waldner gives a great overview of where the secondary market currently sits, which he describes as being “the most attractive environment for secondary buyers since the GFC.”
- With Hedgebay Securities being around since 1999, Andrew Kurian is well-positioned to write about the evolution of the space and the importance of secondary liquidity.
- Multiplicity Partners’ Andres Hefti looks at a selection of the more interesting “niches” in the secondary market.
- PwC’s David Selden, Nick Jones, Albertha Charles and Jeremy Evans combine to write about third-party transaction valuations in the secondary market.
Click below for the September edition of The Alternative Investor: