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eMagazine: The changing reputation of private equity
This latest eMagazine is filled with unique insights from contributing experts at our most recent events, such as SuperReturn International, SuperVenture and SuperReturn Africa.
The best of SuperReturn International 2021
Enjoy our event roundup of SuperReturn International 2021 here! Learn about the key topics discussed in Berlin and hear directly from key speakers about their experience.
Webinar: the fundamental transformation of the secondary business
The secondary market has gone through a significant transformation in the past few years, with 2020 marking a monumental shift. What should players in the market know about the changes ahead?
Why strategic buyers are key for private equity exits - Neeraj Agrawal
Neeraj Agrawal, Executive Director at Crescent Enterprises, shares his thoughts on why private equity investors should put effort into finding the right strategic buyers for their exits.
Defying the Unicorn-or-Popcorn Return Model for startups
Unicorns, popcorns, or more? Jerry Yang, speaker at SuperReturn Japan, shares his thoughts on why hardware startup exits can defy Unicorn and Popcorn exit scenarios.
Finding liquidity in Asia
The exit market in Asia remains challenging for limited partners despite improving liquidity. Structural issues have led to an ongoing disconnect between investor expectations and what the market is delivering, SuperReturn Asia heard.
Value creation: a sensible and sustainable journey to success
What is value creation and how can a business successfully achieve this? Steven Dunne of Frog Capital Limited shares his tips on making the process sustainable and successful.
Shifting sands or sinking sands? Todd Buchholz on private equity in the Trump Era
What are the three main risks associated with the Trump era for private equity? Hear from Todd Buchholz, former White House director of economic policy.
Where is venture capital heading? The trends, views and hotspots
In conversation with Winter Mead, Principal of Sapphire Ventures: where is venture capital headed, what are the changing attitudes from various players, and where are the hotspots for a new venture community outside Silicon Valley?
“Infrastructure can also exit”
"It will be interesting to see what the reaction of infrastructure will be in a downturn market, but I feel like it could expose some of the advantages - rather than weaknesses - of the asset class and it could prove resilient as a result."