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The PE industry on the brink of broad digitisation

The private equity industry is expected to undergo significant changes across its investment processes. This is due to occur both in response to the current crisis and also bearing in mind the broader fundamental shift in capital and returns and systematic risk prior to this global calamity.

"We expect a full digitization of the investment process for private capital markets with counterparties choosing to act online rather than revert to the old-fashioned approaches. This will be combined with even deeper demands for transactional data exchange to underwrite investment decisions and monitor portfolios based on straight-through-processing.”

Daniel Schmidt, CEO & Managing Partner, CEPRES

Read the full interview with Dr. Daniel Schmidt & Christopher Godfrey in the European Service Provider Insights by Private Equity Wire. Read the full interview in here.

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