In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, fundraising managers can be sorted into three categories: those finishing final closes, those launching new funds and those somewhere in between. Many investments are now being valued considerably less than the prices managers agreed to pre-pandemic. This creates a conflict between existing investors and new ones, John Ferguson, partner and co-chair of Private Investment Funds and Real Estate Investment Funds practices at Goodwin says. Read the article in Private Equity Real Estate here.
In The Press July 01, 2020