Ipreo’s Private Capital Markets (PCM) group is an essential part of the Ipreo family.
As part of Ipreo PCM’s efforts to service clients, which include both primary and secondary investors, GPs and LPs, and direct investors and fund investors across buyout, venture, infrastructure, mezzanine, growth equity, real estate, and credit, they’ve provided the Ipreo Blog with a lot of insightful analysis on the state of the private capital markets industry.
Today, we’re taking a look at UK private equity funds. Jose Perez, a Client Development Specialist within the Ipreo PCM group, put together a special report that explores how they’re faring against the public markets.
“The most relevant measure for capturing the long-term performance of private equity is on a since-inception basis, and under this metric, the UK has performed well over the last decade, with a since-inception IRR of 15%. A closer look at the industry’s performance shows that buyouts in 2016 have continued to deliver a strong performance, albeit lower returns compared to 2015, while small buyouts have remained the strongest performers, with a since- inception IRR of 15.7%.”
Read the entire report: How are UK private equity funds performing against the public markets?