Setting up a monitoring system in private equity
This edition of Frontline uses eFront Insight data to see whether the deployment of some simple automated triggers, based on …
Capital commitments have continued strongly since the Brexit vote in mid-2016, with deployment becoming more stable from 2016 onwards, compared with the trend seen over the previous three years. A “wait and see” approach has then led to a significant decrease in RVPIs over the last three years.
The actual Brexit will lead to further disruptions. Will this trigger a wave of new investments? Once the outcome of the negotiations is known, it seems likely that British fund managers will capitalize on this expected major economic disruption.