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Fact or fiction : Private Equity: Does being patient still pay a premium?
Radio Feature One: Cyril Demaria in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Wednesday, November 03, 2010

radio Cyril Demaria, is an asset manager and authority on private equity - direct, funds of funds and secondaries. He currently manages a small business angels fund (Pilot Fish I, vintage year 2009). Prior to this, he created a multi-strategy fund of funds that focused on "the environment". He writes articles, a private blog, and is author of: "Introduction to Private Equity" - John Wiley Sons, Coll. Securities Institute, May 2010. Cyril also lectures on finance at several European Universities, and collaborates regularly as an expert with the SECA, AFIC and EVCA.

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Fact or fiction : Private Equity: Does being patient still pay a premium?

Duration: 23:26 

 

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  • Q1 - Has private equity suffered a downgrade of image in the wake of the crisis? Why or why not?

    Duration: 02:06 


  • Q3 - An investor perception of allocating to pvt equity pre-and-post-crisis

    Duration: 03:22 


  • Q4 - Innovation in the private equity context

    Duration: 02:18 


  • Q5 - Listed private equity (liquidity, but at what cost/trade off to returns?)

    Duration: 06:16 


  • Q6 - Structures: the convergence of hedge fund and pvt equity structures; determining the appropriate private equity investment structure, or to go it alone?

    Duration: 04:11 


  • Q7 - Strategy - Contrarian (?); Geographic bias - invest in i.e. China shouldn’t try to time the market

    Duration: 03:12 


  • Q8 - Too much capital chasing too few investment opportunities
    AND
    Summary

    Duration: 1:59 



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