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3 Types Of PE Funds Attys Can Expect To See More Of In 2020

Law360 (January 1, 2020, 12:04 PM EST) -- A historic pile of dry powder and the looming threat of an economic downturn won't deter private equity clients from raising funds in 2020, but the industry's fundraising habits are changing to match the marketplace, meaning the new year should see an uptick in areas like private credit and secondaries.

The private equity industry's penchant for raising leveraged buyout vehicles with a standard PE holding period of between five and seven years is not going away, but PE players are always trying to stay one step ahead of their peers. Today, finding an advantage or niche is especially important because the...

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