Cookies and technologies policy

Cookies and related technologies notice

We may collect Personal Data about you, or information that becomes Personal Data if combined with other information, when you visit our websites and online services. We may use cookies to collect this information, which are small data files placed on your computer or mobile device that allow us to collect certain information whenever you visit or interact with our websites or online services. We may also use other data collection technologies (such as web beacons, pixels or tags) that embed graphic files in our websites and online services to collect such information.
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Continuation solutions encompass a host of transaction types in which a GP secures interim liquidity and/or additional primary capital for their LPs in a strongly performing asset, or set of assets, that the GP will continue to own and control. Specifically, they include continuation funds, new funds created by GPs for the purpose of acquiring the asset(s) that continue to be managed by the same GP and capitalized by one or several secondary buyers, or equity recapitalizations involving a direct equity or structured equity investment into a portfolio company. These transactions can also include a parallel investment from the GP’s latest fund into that same pool of assets (a “cross-fund trade”).