With 2022 drawing to a close, the Unquote and Mergermarket private equity reporting team shares insights on how the market is shaping up for 2023, covering fundraising, sector trends and special situations opportunities.
The past 12 months have been shaped by worries over rising interest rates, inflation and spikes in energy costs, with both dealmaking and fundraising taking a hit, according to preliminary figures from Unquote Data.
Although the private equity industry is likely to be entering a very different market next year, sponsors will nevertheless be continuing to seek opportunities as they navigate deployment and capital raising.
Funds editor Harriet Matthews hosts the private equity reporting team to examine how the market has changed in the past 12 months, what is to come in 2023, and how Unquote and Mergermarket have been covering this.
0:50 – Data overview
2:10 – Market and coverage overview with Joao Grando
7:38 – Fundraising market trends with Rachel Lewis
13:09 – Business services opportunities with Wahida Ahmed
18:14 – Consumer sector overview with Ero Partsakoulaki
24:13 – Special situations uptick with Min Ho
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