Private Equity Exits Tumble to Decade-Long Low as Managers Hold Back
Private equity fund managers have sharply pulled back on sales of their portfolio companies this year, with exits from their strategies perhaps the most visible evidence of a weakening market that has seen declining valuations, slower fundraising and other flagging indicators.
Venture Managers Hit Fundraising Record, But Warning Signs Flash
New forecasting based on recent economic shocks predicts venture distributions to slow by 2024, deferring into later years, with the peak drop of 79% coming next year.
Comparing Infrastructure Returns Between the Private and Public Markets
Private markets face numerous intersecting headwinds: growing volatility, geopolitical uncertainty, inflation, rising interest rates and more. These events have led to large drops in market valuations of many startups and difficulties raising new capital in follow-on financing rounds.