With the private equity market more bifurcated than ever, and as established name brands capture an ever growing share of capital allocations, is there any hope for plucky new funds on the block? How can LPs be enticed to back these emerging managers? What level of support do new GPs need, and what practical considerations can be overlooked?
This episode, Unquote editor Greg Gille speaks with Vincent Van den Brink and Greg Kok from fund administrator JTC to see how recent months have affected the fortunes of first-time funds.
0:00 – Intro
3:10 – How the pandemic has affected emerging managers
6:43 – Underlying shifts and opportunities
12:10 - Practical considerations for first-time funds
22:40 - Is a fund administrator optional?
Unquote would like to thank JTC for sponsoring and contributing to this episode of the podcast.
Theme music: ©2012 Kick Up The Fire
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