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A Guide to private equity fund placement specialists

Publisher: Private Equity International, 2006.Edition: 2nd ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 216 p. : Graphs ; 21 cm.ISBN: 1904696147Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes index
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Includes index


A Guide to Private Equity Fund Placement Specialists Contents Preface Today's markets: a two-sided tale John Barber, Managing Director, Helix Associates It was the best of times... It was the worst of times... It was the age of wisdom... It was the age of foolishness... It was the epoch of belief... It was the epoch of incredulity... It was the season of Light... It was the season of Darkness... We had everything before us, we had nothing before us. 5 7 Selecting and working with a placement agent Alan Cooper, MVision Private Equity Advisers GP objectives: what are the reasons for using a placement agent? How to select the right placement agent The cost The role of the placement agent before, during and after the fundraising Different types of placement agent So, who selects whom? 25 7 8 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 25 25 26 27 28 28 What placement agents look for in a fund Colin Brown, Transparent Capital Choosing each other Fund selection criteria More than just fees Final thoughts 29 Ten things to expect from a placement agent Christoffer Davidsson, Vice President, Campbell Lutyens and Co. Ltd Overview Deliverables Summary 13 29 30 31 32 13 13 18 What LPs think of placement agents Private Equity International Facilitators Placement agent plus points Praise where praise is due Homework 19 More than just arranging meetings: the role of the modern placement agent Nicole Belmont, Far Hills Group, LLC Decision to come to market Pre-marketing Fundraise Post-fund raise 35 19 20 22 22 36 36 38 39 Notes to a placement agreement Kate Simpson, SJ Berwin LLP Introduction Parties Preamble Services Term Responsibilities Compensation Confidentiality Conflicts of interest Appointment of agents Indemnity Representations and warranties Miscellaneous Conclusion 41 41 41 41 42 42 42 43 45 46 46 46 46 46 47 A gatekeeper's view of placement agents: a changing environment for the industry's pathfinders Stefan Hepp, CEO, SCM Strategic Capital Management AG 61 Notes from the frontline 67 The Surveys The LP Survey: Investors on placement agents The GP Survey: General partners on placement agents 75 77 87 The Directory Presenting the proposition: planning and executing the fundraising Robert E. Mast, Managing Director, Monument Group Planning and preparation pay off Executing on the plan - practicalities of the fundraising process Approaching the closing After the closing Final thoughts 49 Appendices Appendix One: Private Equity International on fundraising and placement agents Appendix Two: on fundraising and placement agents Appendix Three: About Private Equity International Appendix Four: About Private Equity International Research Publications Appendix Five: Index to directory entries 97 183 49 52 53 54 54 185 199 209 Boutiques vs. banks: David and Goliath, or big is best? James Burr, JPMorgan Cazenove Private Funds Group Eternally on the road - the fundraising dilemma A history of the placement agent market: Merrill DU - boutiques - today Pick the best model and stick with it until it needs changing The devil is in the detail - thorough due diligence The great unknown Any clearer? 55 210 213 55 55 56 57 58 58

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