What matters for LPs? Adam Turtle, Co-Founder and Partner at Rede spoke with Private Equity International about the key concerns of investors following their annual survey of LPs.
Perspectives 2018: Paying the price
Congratulations to Rede client Summa Equity, named as one of the ’10 new firms making waves in 2017’ by Private Equity International. Read the full list here:
10 New Firms Making Waves in 2017
Rede Partners is pleased to have advised FPE Capital on its £100 million fundraising for its first institutional fund, FPE Capital II. FPE Capital is a leading growth equity investor in the UK lower mid-market. The fund has already made two investments, in human resources software and assessment business Questionmark and media software solutions business Masstech. Congratulations to the FPE Capital team.
FPE Capital announce £100 million final close of first institutional fund
Mercury is rising at HgCapital. Co-founder and Partner at Rede, Adam Turtle, caught up with Private Equity News to discuss the UK buyout firm’s recent successes.
Mercury is Rising at HgCapital
Investor appetite for Private Equity remains high with increased commitments to the asset class expected in the year ahead
Rede Partners today releases the H2 2017 Rede Liquidity Index (RLI), the industry benchmark which aims to assess underlying investor sentiment as an indicator of the health of the private equity sector. The latest instalment of the RLI, which utilises the same methodology as the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI), represents the views of LPs with over €6 trillion in assets under management and over €1 trillion in capital allocated to the asset class.
With increased interest in healthcare, co-founder, Adam Turtle, spoke to Private Equity News about the strengths of the sector and why it’s attractive for LPs and sector specialist managers alike.
European PE Taps Demand for Health-care Investments
Secondaries Investor recently caught up with Yaron Zafir, head of secondaries, about the findings of the Rede Liquidity Index report and the increase of aged primaries deals. Read his thoughts here: https://www.secondariesinvestor.com/scoring-sentiment-redes-zafir-aged-primaries-liquidity/
Scoring sentiment: Rede’s Zafir on aged primaries and liquidity
Rede Partners, a leading independent fundraising advisor to the private equity industry, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Barbour-Smith as Chief of Staff, a newly created position…
Adam Turtle, co-founder of Rede Partners, spoke with Private Equity International to share his thoughts on what is required for a successful first time fund in today’s highly competitive environment.
Fundraising special: How to raise a first-time fund
Rede Partners is delighted to have advised Apax Partners MidMarket on its €1 billion fundraising for its ninth fund, Apax France IX. The fund closed at its hard cap and was oversubscribed following strong support from existing as well as a broad range of new European and US investors. Apax Partners MidMarket is an established leader in its three core sectors of expertise (TMT, Retail & Consumer, and Services/Healthcare) in France, Benelux and Switzerland. Congratulations to the Apax team on this successful result. For more information, please follow the link.
Apax Partners MidMarket announces the final closing of Apax France IX at €1bn hard-cap
As the private equity world has become more diversified and complex, Greg Gille of unquote” explores how placement agents have evolved to exploit new opportunities and overcome their specific challenges. Scott Church, co-founder of Rede Partners spoke with him to share how he feels placement agents can play a more strategic role with GPs.
Adapt to survive
This week, the Rede Liquidity Index (RLI) has revealed that private equity investors plan to deploy more capital into the asset class in 2017 than they did over the past 12 months. Writing for City AM, our co-founder Adam Turtle discusses the key reasons for continuous positive sentiment in the sector.
Why is private equity surviving the storm?
Rede Partners, today unveils its new industry benchmark, the Rede Liquidity Index (RLI). The RLI aims to assess underlying investor sentiment as an indicator of the health of the private equity industry. The RLI, which utilises the same methodology as the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) was conducted with a select group of global institutional LPs, chosen to provide geographic and source of capital diversification. Read our inaugural RLI report here.
Investment into Private Equity set for further growth as Rede Partners launches new ‘Liquidity Index’
We are delighted to have advised Summa Equity on its maiden fund, Summa Equity I which, after being significantly oversubscribed, has closed at the hard cap of SEK 4.5 billion. The fund attracted a broad LP base including endowments, foundations and funds of funds across the Nordics, Europe and North America. Summa has been established with a vision of building a specialised firm in the Nordic lower mid-market and the Fund’s strategy will focus on investments related to four thematic megatrends: resource scarcity, energy efficiency, changing demographics and tech-enabled businesses. Congratulations to the whole team and read more about their successes below.
Summa Equity announce SEK 4.5 billion final close of first fund at hard cap
Rede Partners is delighted to have advised HgCapital on the fundraising of its two latest funds, HgCapital 8 and Mercury 2. Following focused short marketing periods, both funds were heavily oversubscribed and closed at hard caps of £2.5bn and £575m respectively. We are pleased to have worked closely with the HgCapital team to help deliver this strong result. Huge congratulations to all involved
HgCapital announces the final closing of HgCapital 8 and Mercury 2 at hard caps, raising a total of c. £3.1 billion
Real Deals publishes their regional review of the UK in 2016, with comments from our co-founder Scott Church
Regional review 2016: Uncertainty rules in the UK
Real Deals looks at fundraising in 2016 and the outlook for 2017, with views from our co-founder Scott Church.
Fundraising in 2016: From strength to strength