Significant changes in private capital fundraising and fund structuring have occurred over the last 12 months.

Raising capital for private equity funds has become more challenging. Meanwhile, some private equity firms have sought the creation of new structures so they can retain assets they don’t want to exit within the terms of current funds.

And in the world of venture capital, the period of steadily rising investment rounds has ended and possibly gone into reverse. Similarly, raising capital for new funds has become more difficult. But, at the same time, there has been an explosion in the formation of new funds and increasing specialisation among fund managers.

What does it all mean? Investment lawyers Nathan Cahill and Deborah Johns of Gilbert + Tobin will explain at the next Private Equity Breakfast in Sydney on 3 November.

Recent developments in Australian private capital funds is organised by Private Equity Media and sponsored by private capital technology provider Apex Group.

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