In March 2020, we described a range of fundraising alternatives and practicalities for consideration by private fund managers seeking to raise new capital amid the COVID-19 dislocation. Since then, we have worked with a number of clients to assess and pursue fundraising initiatives. Unfortunately, the pandemic is not yet over, but its effects and the response of certain categories of managers and investors are becoming better understood. With this in mind, we now refresh our earlier note with our views on the fundraising outlook and developing market trends.
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This SRZ publication was authored by Phillip J. Azzollini, Stephanie R. Breslow, Emily Brown, Brian T. Daly, Josh Dambacher, Jennifer M. Dunn, David J. Efron, Marc E. Elovitz, Christopher Hilditch, Daniel F. Hunter, Jason S. Kaplan, John J. Mahon, Anna Maleva-Otto, Peter G. Naismith, David Nissenbaum, Paul N. Roth, Stephen M. Schauder, Phyllis A. Schwartz, Joseph A. Smith, Craig Stein, Thomas R. Weinberger, Cathy A. Weist and Boris Ziser, with the thoughtful input of other members of the SRZ Market Conditions Working Group.
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Please see our other Schulte Roth & Zabel Alerts relevant to investment managers, posted on our COVID-19 Resource Center, available here.
 See SRZ Publication, “Private Funds — Ideas for Raising New Capital During the COVID-19 Dislocation,” March 26, 2020, available here.
This is a fast-moving topic and the information contained in this Alert is current as of the date it was published.
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