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Private-Equity-after-COVID-19

After the storm: Private equity after COVID-19 Table of Contents 16 Part 3: Transparency in private markets 19 Conclusion 03 Methodology 04 Foreword + Key findings 06 Part 1: Moment of truth Box-out: Fundraising outlook 12 Part 2: Technology uptake Box-out: Environmental, social and governance issues 2 After the storm: Private equity after COVID-19 Methodology In the third quarter of 2020, Mergermarket surveyed 30 senior executives from private equity firms. All respondents had AUM of US$500m- U IHS Markit , risk in their portfolio , private equity , portfolio companies , chart , esg , respondents , private , portfolio , companies , esg performance , equity , managing esg data , esg data , data , storm , firms , us-based private equity firm , transparency , asset classes , private equity firms , asset 31-Jan-2021 auto-generated
RPA-Barbell-Effect

The Barbell Effect of MiFID II Research Unbundling Tom Conigliaro, Managing Director, Trading Services, IHS Markit When I speak with asset managers and sell-side firms about MiFID II research unbundling, there is a sense of urgency regarding the regulatory changes and how they impact business models and compliance departments. In reality, it s not just a compliance matter it s more of a competitive issue for global asset managers. Those located in the US will find it very challenging to operate IHS Markit , research unbundling tom conigliaro , unbundling tom conigliaro , research unbundling , impact business models , research unbundling tom , managing director trading services , mifid ii research unbundling , models and compliance departments , unbundling tom , unbundling , ihs markit , research , as 31-Jan-2021 auto-generated
WEF_Recycling_our_Infrastructure_for_Future_Generations_report_2017

Recycling our Infrastructure for Future Generations Prepared in collaboration with Atkins Acuity Contents 3 Preface 4 Forewords 5 Executive summary 10 Context 10 Infrastructure outlook 10 Government budget constraints 14 The mismatch between investor appetite and government needs 15 Brownfield infrastructure stock 16 Public perception of private participation in infrastructure 18 Introducing infrastructure asset recycling 18 The asset recycling process 18 Step 1 Divest existing assets 20 Step 2 WEF , investors such as pension , level than at state , investors through their pension , assets through the local , benefit twice from infrastructure , capital from the fund , capital from these investors , services instead of assets , recycling is to reinvest , recycling has two steps , support for th 2-Feb-2021 auto-generated