Opportunistic private equity and private credit were distinctly the flavor of the month as a series of mega funds launched by large, established players easily hit their fund-raising targets.
Technology funds also garnered interest as the ongoing health crisis has driven powered interest in the sector, while the ease of raising money virtually also shed light on some long lasting trends we could see going forward in the alternatives industry.
As Blackstone’s chairman Steve Schwarzman put it on the company’s recent earnings call, firms with established LP bases are finding it relatively . . .
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