February 08, 2021

Invest in Insight: Private Equity Market Brief on Exits

Although global PE dealmaking is down from pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels and dealmakers remain uncertain on turnaround timing, they are active in pursuing novel ways to deliver investor returns. Many are looking for investments in sectors such as healthcare and IT that have been less impacted by the pandemic. Our new private equity market brief on exits reveals that dealmakers are ready for the post-COVID era and are preparing to market and close deals as soon as valuations accelerate.

With market data provided by PitchBook and Datasite survey results of 500+ global PE professionals, this guide provides insights into:

  • Macro market trends in global PE exit activity
  • Key points of evolution reflecting innovative liquidity approaches
  • Looking forward as 2020 recedes
  • Efficiency opportunities for PE and buyers, including exit preparation, deal marketing, and sell-side due diligence
  • Recommendations on how to best digitize the PE exit process

It’s time to regroup after a challenging year and build momentum for a stronger 2021. Download and read our exclusive market brief today!

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