7 December 2020 Publication Video Podcast
Barometer Coller Research Institute

Coller Capital’s 33rd Global Private Equity Barometer, Winter 2020-21

We are pleased to share our 33rd Coller Capital Global Private Equity Barometer.

Coller Capital’s Barometer is a unique snapshot of global trends in private equity – a twice-yearly overview of the plans and opinions of Limited Partners worldwide. This edition contains findings on:

  • GP communications during the Covid-19 crisis
  • Structural risks in PE portfolio construction
  • PE investment opportunities in the current environment
  • PE allocations and returns
  • Co-investments
  • LPs’ liquidity needs and the secondary market (including GP-led secondaries)
  • ‘Take privates’ of public companies
  • Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs)
  • Business sector-focused strategies
  • Ethnic diversity within PE
  • Distressed and turnaround strategies – exposure, return expectations, default rates
Louise Boothby and Ed Goldstein present findings from the Winter 2020/21 global Barometer
How has the Covid-19 pandemic impacted the private equity secondaries market, and what are the main motivations for investors currently accessing the secondaries market? Francois Aguerre, Partner and Head of Origination, and Hani el Khoury, Partner, discuss the results of Coller Capital’s 33rd Global Private Equity Barometer
Has GP transparency improved during the Covid-19 crisis? Stephen Ziff says that the global pandemic has led many GPs to up their game in response to the demands of their investors demanding more information. Katrina Liao looks at the responses from Coller Capital’s 33rd Global Private Equity Barometer measuring LPs satisfaction with their GPs’ communication during the crisis.
How will the Covid-19 pandemic affect investors’ attitudes to risk, and are investors changing their approach to co-investment? Martins Marnauza, Partner at Coller Capital, and Lisa Sun, Principal, discuss the results of Coller Capital’s Global Private Equity Barometer (Winter 2020-21), and the likelihood of increased LP focus on structural risks in building private equity portfolios
Read the Baometer
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