Secondary market deal flow during 2010 saw a marked improvement on 2009 levels – the result of an improving balance in terms of supply, demand and secondary pricing. With Preqin's research revealing more potential buyers and sellers than ever before, further growth of secondary market deal flow looks set to occur in 2011 and into 2012.
For this year's publication Preqin's dedicated team of analysts contacted hundreds of players from all different areas of the secondaries industry in order to provide the ultimate overview of the market. In addition to detailed analysis of market trends, the Review features hundreds of profiles containing exclusive intelligence gathered through direct communications with the institutions in question.
The 350 page report represents a vital purchase for all those seeking to buy or sell on the market and all intermediaries involved in the secondaries process. It is also a valuable resource in helping GPs to understand the market, and is essential for all investment consultant and advisors for institutional investors.
This year’s Review contains information on the following areas:
- All PE fund types covered, including PERE
- Profiles for 82 specialist secondary fund of funds managers, 115 fund of funds managers with secondaries allocations, 50 institutional investor buyers and 30 sellers, 62 intermediary firms and placement agents, plus details for 100 investors in secondaries funds.
- Detailed analysis examining the history and development of the industry, historic NAV vs. trading price premiums and discounts, performance of secondaries funds, fund of funds activity in secondaries, institutional investor buyers and sellers, intermediaries, placement agents and more.
- Results of surveys conducted with GPs, LPs and fund of funds managers.
- Listings of 96 secondaries funds closed historically since 2005, 31 funds currently in the market, individual net to LP fund performance for 408 funds including secondaries vehicles and funds of funds with a secondaries allocation.
- Listings of 138 secondaries transactions for 2008 onwards
- Plus much more...