Fundraising for Alternative Investments and Private Equity Funds in particular is in a unique market environment. Limited Partners (LPs) committing larger sums to fewer funds, and smaller and newer funds still are finding it more difficult to raise capital. The percentage of funds raised in the $250 million to $1 billion range has fallen to about 26 percent of overall fundraising, down from 35 percent in 2010. In many cases, the relatively few funds that do get capitalized are industry-specific and have carved out niches for themselves in sectors or markets less exposed to record valuations. In addition, LPs are increasingly looking for direct investments and co-investment opportunities.
Join the conversation on November 14, 2017 at Pepper Hamilton as senior-level professionals address the main issues pertaining to "Limited Partners and the Fundraising Environment."
Andrew Hulsh, Pepper Hamilton (Moderator)
Chrystalle Anstett, Eaton Partners
Doug Cruikshank, Hark Capital
Aaron Gold, Argo Infrastructure Partners
Gregg Solomon, Touchstone Group
The Alternative Investments Forum is a series of small, private affairs for financial professionals active in hedge funds, private equity and family offices. The series looks to address many of the timely issues present in the market.
Pepper Hamilton LLP
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New York, NY 10018
There is no cost to attend.
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