We address some of our clients’ most-often asked questions regarding buyout transactions and whether or not co-investing is the right approach given the current market environment.
In our latest post, we discuss why we believe the case for co-investing in middle market companies is even more compelling amid the current, increasingly volatile, market conditions.
We believe co-investing can be a fee-efficient way to gain diversified, appropriately risk-adjusted exposure to infrastructure, especially given current market conditions and volatility.
We discuss the advantages that come with being a lead co-investor in a middle market buyout deal as well as the benefits that partnering with an efficient lead co-investor can bring to a sponsor.
Buyouts Insider’s October 2021 Deal Sourcing in the Mid-Market Special Report includes a keynote interview by GCM Grosvenor’s co-investment team, detailing the importance and process of sourcing the right deals, choosing the right co-invest partner, and highlighting GCM Grosvenor’s experience in doing both.
GCM Grosvenor, a global alternative asset manager, announced today that it completed the final close for its Co-Investment Opportunities Fund II with approximately $540 million in committed capital.
In seeking opportunities in a growing market, private equity co-investors need broad access to deals, and selection of these deals can be a matter of both manager quality and individual deal potential. We explain why diligence on both fronts is imperative.
The South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission (“RSIC”) has formed a strategic partnership with GCM Grosvenor, a global alternative asset management firm, to build RSIC’s private equity co-investments program.