Back to School: High valuations pump the brakes on successor funds

Peter Witte, EY, private equity
Peter Witte, associate director of PE at EY. Photo courtesy of the firm.
PE firms are taking longer to return to market with new funds, with high valuations temporarily reversing a trend of accelerating fundraising cycles. The average time between funds increased to four years and three months in 2018, the first such ...

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