Ninety-six percent of Limited Partners think emerging private equity and venture capital fund managers have advantages over traditional managers, according to the results of a BVCA survey.
Taken between January and February this year – before the COVID-19 outbreak – we asked more than 40 global institutional investors and family offices to share their views on emerging managers, from how they actually define what an emerging manager is, to the attractions and challenges of investing.
Leon de Bono, Assistant Director General and Director of Membership Services, BVCA, said:
“It seems a while since the onset of COVID-19 changed our outlooks for the foreseeable future, but earlier this year the BVCA wanted to gain a better understanding of what investors are looking for when it comes to backing the new generation of private equity and venture capital fund managers. Emerging managers are the lifeblood of our industry, and will continue to be so as we navigate and emerge from these difficult times. Many of the findings will remain useful to LPs and GPs alike.”
The report can be found here.
Tom Allchorne, Director, Communications, BVCA
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