At a time when pension funds are looking at their private equity assets, equities are facing a bear market, investors are looking for cash returns, and IPOs are drying up due to rising interest rates, funds are beginning to pay more attention to their LPs (Limited Partners).
Private equity (PE) firms usually sell their portfolios through public listings, corporate takeovers, or sales to other private equity firms. And that last case is more common as LPs demand returns, venture capital (VC) managers told Bloomberg Línea.
In August, Brazil Journal reported that venture capital firm Valor Capital sold part of . . .