Pensions drop off as secondary sellers; expected to roar back this year: surveys


Rescued lion "Chino" roars in its cage during quarantine at a temporary custody center in Lima, August 22, 2014. In the past week, British-based NGO Animal Defenders International (ADI) and Peruvian authorities oversaw the release of nine lions from three different circuses in the cities of Huaral, Ayacucho and Cusco. ADI said that the animals are being cared for in the quarantine facility before they will be relocated to specialized sanctuaries. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ANIMALS) - GM1EA8N0RQ201
Rescued lion "Chino" roars in its cage during quarantine at a temporary custody center in Lima, August 22, 2014. In the past week, British-based NGO Animal Defenders International (ADI) and Peruvian authorities oversaw the release of nine lions from three different circuses in the cities of Huaral, Ayacucho and Cusco. ADI said that the animals are being cared for in the quarantine facility before they will be relocated to specialized sanctuaries. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ANIMALS) - GM1EA8N0RQ201
  • Secondary deal volume roared back last year
  • GP-led deals helped drive activity
  • Pensions pulled back from selling
Pensions, which have historically been among the biggest sellers of PE stakes on the secondary market, took a step back from the market last year, according to fresh data on secondary-market volume. The expectation is pensions will come roaring back ...

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