A new blog by Preqin explores what COVID-19 could mean for private capital investors.
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Analysts used this tool in conjunction with the release of FRG’s Pandemic Economic Scenario to assess the impact of a recession triggered by the novel coronavirus on capital calls, distributions and net cash flows.
In the blog, Preqin’s Jonathon Furer examines an analysis created by FRG. Jonathon explores the pandemic’s effect focused on 2017-2019 vintage funds, which represent 72% of the $2.63tn in callable dry powder that the private capital industry has raised since 2000. “Assuming the global economy undergoes a significant but brief recession, and then recovers, our model suggests GPs will respond in two stages,” Furer writes.
Read about the projected stages in the full analysis, Why COVID-19 Means Investors Should Expect Lower Capital Calls and Distributions in 2020.
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