Today's private equity landscape stands in contrast to 2021’s anomalous levels of activity—an oncoming global economic downturn, rising interest rates and geopolitical tensions have resulted in a slowdown in deal activity, yet fundraising and buyouts remain above pre-pandemic levels
This report includes insights from a survey of 100 senior PE executives in Asia, Europe and the U.S. on how they continue to show resilience in the face of a variety of macroeconomic and geopolitical issues.
- 42% of North American and 40% of APAC respondents agree that the availability and the cost of leverage amid monetary tightening is a top challenge currently facing PE.
- 82% of North American respondents and 80% of EMEA respondents are optimistic that market conditions for PE liquidity events in the next 12 months will be more favorable.
- 40% of APAC respondents say the single most important global fundraising challenge to their firm is that of large LPs concentrating their investment relationships with a smaller number of funds. 32% of EMEA and 20% of North American respondents agree with this.
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