What will private equity look like in the future? We reviewed some recent articles that show a strong emphasis not only on sourcing, but also skills at executing transactions and adding value post-close. One primary value-add is a strong accounts receivables solution for your portfolio companies.
Family offices have significantly increased their investments in private equity since 2009. Of increasing interest is “impact-oriented” private equity funds, which emphasize portfolio companies that are contributing to environmental or social improvements.
Regulation and costs of entry into private equity funds have historically limited access, but according to this article, technology and transparency laws are changing the game — with only the best general partners likely to adapt and thrive.