Mark Hoeing

Global private equity: what and why

Posted by Mark Hoeing, Miriam Schmitter on Aug 17, 2014

Topic: Asset Allocation | Industry Knowledge | Private Capital

An article in the previous issue of Insight sought to discern the difference between perception and reality in private equity investing generally, and included a companion article focused on European private equity specifically. Now, we take a deeper look at international private equity, with an emphasis on Europe as well as Japan and Australia. Once again, there is a perception gap that may lead long-term institutional investors seeking to diversify their portfolio both by asset class/strategy and geography to overlook what we believe are compelling opportunities outside the U.S. Herewith, the what and why of international private equity.

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Private Equity: Perception and Reality

Posted by Peter Burns, Mark Hoeing, Kent Scott on Apr 12, 2014

Topic: Equities | Private Capital

For a variety of reasons, some investors believe that private equity may have lost its edge as a key allocation for their portfolios. This perception may overlook reality. A closer examination reveals that the fundamentals are intact and there are attractive opportunities for skilled private equity managers. As always, investors should be discerning in their choice of managers, and continue to place access ahead of allocation. Here, a look at some widely held perceptions and the reality that may be overlooked or misunderstood.

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