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Today's Fundraising, Tomorrow's M&A

October 18, 2017

U.S. private equity fundraising volume is reportedly on pace to set a record this year.  As $5b+ funds account for more than half of this volume for the first time since 2007, their advisors in particular are likely to benefit.  Our research shows that the bulge-bracket outperforms in advising larger sponsors.  On the other hand, independents and boutiques hold a relatively low market share with larger sponsors.  The current fundraising shift could therefore force independents and boutiques to pursue new coverage strategies: either build new relationships with larger sponsors (difficult without a balance sheet); or gain market share in the already-crowded middle-market.

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