Private equity fee-earning AUM way up, along with dry powder

Demand for private equity funds by institutional investors reached an all-time high in 2021. And as assets under management (AUM) has soared, so has the dry powder.

Fee paying AUM on the rise

Although year-end data has yet to be reported, the first nine months show capital raised by some of the largest global private equity firms equals high levels of dry powder at the ready to deploy.

Among the six firms we analyzed -- Blackstone, KKR . . .

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