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Talent outflows are putting LPs in a difficult position at a time when having a sufficient number of experienced staff has become more important than ever.
Interest rates are rising to try and combat inflation, but private debt has some in-built protections and even a chance of further growth.
The litigation finance market is growing in popularity, with deep-pocketed LPs looking for ways to deploy meaningful amounts of capital. But it’s not for the faint-hearted.
Challenging market conditions are putting operational efficiency under the spotlight, and data can be expected to have a major role to play.
There has been a surge of interest in the retail investor channel, with fund managers launching new products and hiring specialist resources. But concerns such as transparency and liquidity form a challenging background for those on both the investor and asset management sides. Robin Blumenthal lifts the lid on the key issues
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Private debt has been coming under closer scrutiny. The methodology used to value investments is likely to be the next preoccupation for investors.
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Significant macroeconomic shifts, such as the low-carbon transition, bring both opportunities and risks, says chief investment officer Christopher Ailman.
Environmental, social and governance issues are increasingly a deal breaker for LPs, and GPs are responding by stepping up their game.

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