Triago, the global placement agent, says the first large-scale restructuring of the private equity space has begun. Do you agree?
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Palico, an online private equity fund marketplace, has signed up its 750th member. Palico, which has offices in Paris, New York and London, was co-founded by Antoine Dréan, who is also the founder of Triago, the global placement agent.
The Triago Quarterly is out! GPs are scrambling to spend an estimated $193 billion in LBO commitments, Triago reports.
Launched today, Palico aims to bring together the PE fund community.
The Triago Quarterly is out and venture capital may be one of the best investment opportunities out there.
Week’s Top 10 Hub Posts Feature Year’s Most Prolific PE Buyers, Biggest PE Fundraisers and Millions Still Flowing to Romney from Bain
Trying to get away from relatives this Christmas weekend? Tell them you need to catch up on your reading. Here are the past week’s top 10 posts based on number of pageviews from peHUB’s regular readers.
1. Slideshow: The Year’s Most Prolific PE Buyers – Bernard Vaughan
2. Slideshow: Top 10 PE Fundraising Successes of 2011 – Gregory Roth
3. Romney Still Making Millions from Bain – Reuters
4. A Look At The Angel Market And The Fall In Average Deal Size: Slideshow – Mark Boslet
5. Slideshow: Someone Send Some Love To These Unwanted, CalPERS-Backed Funds (subscribers only) – David Toll
6. U.S. Investor Hellman Dies at 77 – Reuters
7. Triago Claims Le Febvre, Who Is Launching a Competitor, Was Terminated – Luisa Beltran
8. Providence Equity’s Fund VII Hits Fundraising Problems, May Fall Short of $6B Target (subscribers only) – Luisa Beltran
9. Biofuels Winners And Losers: A Look At The Market By Lux – Mark Boslet
10. Remembering Warren Hellman: ‘An Openness To Ideas And To People’ – David Toll
Jérémie Le Febvre’s split from Triago has definitely gotten more interesting.
Triago, on Saturday, issued a statement about Le Febvre’s departure that wasn’t the typical corporate happy speech that we’re used to getting. In fact, Triago was downright hostile.
“Mr. Le Febvre did not ‘decide to leave Triago’ in order to pursue new career opportunities,” the statement said. “Triago terminated Mr. Le Febvre’s employment with the company.”
We finally found out what’s going on with Jérémie Le Febvre.
Yesterday, we reported that Le Febvre had left Triago, a global placement, after three years. Le Febvre, who was calling from Paris, says his separation from Triago was amicable. “And likewise, I wish them the best of success,” he says.
He plans to launch his own consulting firm, TBG Capital Advisors, in 2012. It’s unclear where the firm will be based, but TBG Capital will be private equity-focused.
Jeremie Le Febvre has left Triago, a spokesman confirmed Thursday.
Le Febvre joined Triago in 2008 and was a managing partner at the global placement agent. “We decided to part ways because the relationship wasn’t working for us,” the Triago spokesman says.
It’s not clear what Le Febvre’s future plans are. His bio and picture are no longer on the Triago web site. Le Febvre is currently a managing partner at TBG Capital Advisors, according to LinkedIn.
One-quarter to one-half of today’s private equity general partnerships could disappear over the next half decade or so, predicts a new report from Triago, a placement agent. Poor returns from credit bubble vintages and smaller commitments to few managers are expected to drive this attrition, the firm states in its Triago Quarterly publication. Any long-term shakeout [...]