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Maintaining intelligence on the fund of funds sector is essential for all fund of fund managers, private equity firms seeking capital, investment advisors, institutional investors, placement agents, law firms, consultants and other private equity professionals. Now into its fourth edition, the 2010 Preqin Fund of Funds Review has been completely updated to provide the most comprehensive and up to date guide available yet. This 450 page publication shows you:  Manager Profiles : Detailed profiles for over 230 fund of funds managers from around the globe, including firm and individual contact details. Fund Profiles : ...
is a provider and manager of alternative investment products, serving high-net-worth private and institutional clients. Principally, Investcorp is an investment intermediary, acting as a vehicle to channel wealth from investments in the United States and Europe to its clients in the Persian Gulf . Investcorp has five lines of business: private equity , hedge funds , real estate , technology investment and Gulf growth capital. The ability to provide multiple product offerings to its clients is one of its key competitive strengths. Founded in 1982, has arranged investments with a combined value of approximately $43 billion. The ...
Want more Angel investing in the UK? Then let's talk about returns
In this piece he argues that if we want to encourage angel investing in the UK, the discussion in the angel community needs to focus more on the returns investors can achieve. Last week saw the release of two significant reports on angel investing. In the US, super-angel Ron Conway presented the results of an audit his company, SV Angel , had conducted on the 500+ investments it has made over the past 12 years. Meanwhile, in the UK, Professors Colin Mason and Richard Harrison published an annual report on the state of angel investing in Britain. At first glance, the differences between these two reports seem mostly about ... market research, surveys and trends
Emerging Markets Private Equity Funds Raise over US$33 Billion in 2006
Robust growth in emerging markets private equity fundraising continued in 2006, albeit at a less explosive pace than in 2005. 162 emerging markets private equity funds raised US$33 billion in capital commitments in 2006, representing a 29% increase over the US$25.8 billion raised in 2005. In 2005, fundraising quadrupled from the US$6.5 billion raised in 2004. (See Figure 1 for historic fundraising totals 2003-2006.) Figure 1: Emerging Markets Private Equity Fundraising Totals, 2003-2006 Funds with final closes in 2006 averaged US$270 million in size, compared with in US$216 million in 2005. Among the 105 funds with final ... market research, surveys and trends


Dissecting the Profits in a Private Equity Deal - DealBook Blog ...
are available — but industrywide figures are not. The studies of private equity firms suffer from this, and do not fully analyze the entire industry. That means assuming private equity, as a whole, can generate superior returns is still in question. Even the returns on individual investments are  hard to figure out. Often this data is unavailable. When it is publicly available, it can be difficult to reverse-engineer. The recent sale by Oak Hill Capital Partners of Duane Reade is illustrative. Steven M. Davidoff, writing as The Deal Professor, is a commentator for DealBook on the legal aspects of mergers, private equity ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
James Bachman | LP Advocate
Many limited partners are demanding to be more informed about the underlying companies in their private equity portfolios. More specifically, LPs want to get a better handle on how earnings, debt levels, and valuations are changing over time. These types of details are critical for portfolio managers because it allows them to better monitor the underlying companies, make comparisons across sectors and deal types, and measure the effectiveness of the General Partner. The most resourceful LPs cobble together these types of details from a variety of sources. The most common sources for collecting data are from quarterly reports, at ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Onex Reports Second-Quarter 2010 Results
Onex Corporation (TSX:OCX) today announced its consolidated financial results for the second quarter and six months ended June 30, 2010 and an update on matters during and following the quarter. Highlights /T/ - A company jointly owned by Onex and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board announced an agreement to acquire Tomkins plc in a transaction valued at approximately US$5 billion - ONCAP II completed the acquisition of Sport Supply Group for approximately US$56 million - Husky paid a US$100 million distribution to shareholders, of which US$35 million was Onex' share - In 2010, Onex repurchased 2.0 million shares for ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Atna Resources Reports Second Quarter 2010 Results
Atna Resources Ltd. ("Atna" or the "Company") (TSX: ATN / OTC Bulletin Board: ATNAF) today reported unaudited financial results for the Company's second quarter for the period ended June 30, 2010. Unless otherwise designated, all amounts are in U.S. dollars. Additional details may be found in the second quarter MD&A and Financials filed on SEDAR and EDGAR or it may be found on our website at Second Quarter 2010 Highlights -- Second quarter revenues increased by nine percent from $6.1 million in the first quarter to $6.7 million due to increased gold sales and gold price ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Attachment - Section II: What is a Good Benchmark ?
May 2, 2006 ... Vintage Yr. IRR. Private Equity Performance Evaluation ... market indexes – presented in quarterly performance reports. Private Equity ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Understanding Private Equity Performance
In the early years, private equity funds will show low or negative returns. The investment gains usually come in the later years as the companies mature and, with the help of the  General Partner , increase in value. The effect of this timing on the fund's interim returns is known as the  J-Curve Effect . In the initial years, investment returns are negative due to management fees, which are drawn from committed capital, and under-performing investments that are identified early and  written down . It can take several years for the portfolio valuations to reflect the efforts of the General Partners. Over ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Private Equity Performance: Returns, Persistence and Capital Flows
In this section, we describe private equity performance and compare it to the ... We report performance at the fund level in three ways: (1) the IRR of the ...
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GIPS compliance and hedge funds | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
First, investors looking to invest in PE and hedge funds, are you looking for performance reports/valuations to be GIPS compliant? If so, how much weight do you put on this requirement? Second, geared towards CFAs; the requirements of GIPS seems a bit confusing when trying to apply it to individual hedge funds. For instance, in most cases an LLC is a management company that runs an LP that is a hedge fund. Can GIPS be applied just to the LP? Or do all assets run by the LLC need to be GIPS compliant? I've read the white paper on GIPS and still confused. posted 10 months ago in Hedge Funds | Closed Share This Investment ...