Top Recent White Papers on the Outlook for Private Markets
Nuveen's recent EQuilibrium study introduces topics as diverse as investor behaviour, the pros and cons of virtual due diligence, and strategic shifts towards private market portfolios. Other papers pick up the private market baton, covering the process of private equity cash flow forecasting, APAC alternative asset allocations, 2020 private equity returns, and other related topics.
Both consulting and legal firms add tremendous value to the discussion of the private market investment landscape, and several such papers are present here. EY focuses on the boom in PE exits over the past few quarters, while the White & Case law firm presents some of the current investment trends within African venture capital and private equity markets.
Nuveen reveals the results of a recent investor survey, in which they attempt to gauge investors' experiences and thought processes in relation to alternative investments and private markets.
SimCorp sheds light on the process of forecasting limited partner cashflows from private equity funds using a pragmatic and multi-pronged approach.
PGIM IAS sets out a practical framework for investing in illiquid private assets which enable decision-makers to see how asset allocation and investing activity interact with changing liquidity demands.
In this brief blog article, State Street looks at risk and performance analytics for alternatives, also discussing how data can overcome challenges related to this asset class.
EY surveys global private equity executives on exit strategy and execution, with sections on tax policy, ESG, and digitalisation.
This article covers the establishment of long-dated private equity funds and the concept of permanent capital for private equity investors.
Pantheon reviews some implications of institutional allocations to private markets, including private equity, infrastructure, and private debt.
McKinsey & Company presents a review of 2020 private equity activity, followed by projections for the current year in this 64-page paper.
Despite the challenges present in 2020, Akin Gump's private equity survey respondents are largely optimistic about the prospects for M&A activity in the near term.
White & Case discusses the outlook for private equity and venture capital in Africa, focusing on the technology, essential services, and infrastructure sectors.