Creative Exits: Private Equity In Troubled Times

Mar 15 2013 | 10:00am ET

Private equity has a problem, says NewGlobe Capital Partners founder and CEO Andrew Hawkins: A growing number of funds have reached the end of their lives in a market not conducive to exits.

NewGlobe, in partnership with Vanterra and Hamilton Lane, will target older p.e. funds—with no successor fund and no chance of the GP raising another vehicle—run by managers who “may have made one or two investment misjudgments” or who were “clobbered by the market which just went against them,” said Hawkins.


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