Thai private equity: A beginner’s guide

In April, Bangkok-headquartered Lakeshore Capital closed its second Thailand-focused private equity fund at its $150 million hard-cap, per a statement from placement agent Asante Capital. Fund II was more than twice the size of its $60.7 million 2014-vintage predecessor, according to PEI data.

Asante Capital Solutions – Q4 2020 Newsletter

Looking ahead to 2021, with much of the practical and portfolio adjustments already made this year, we feel cautiously optimistic that both GPs and LPs are increasingly well-equipped to successfully navigate further market volatility as they focus on their fundraising and capital allocation objectives.

So you’re thinking of spinning out?

“First time funds coming to market now have an even higher bar to clear, yet there will continue to be successful new managers in today’s environment where they can evidence differentiated attributes and the ability to have generated outperformance historically.”

In Their Own Words: Placement Agents Weigh In

Fraser van Rensburg and other placement agents discuss fundraising figures for the first half of this year, concerns limited partners may have and their advice to general partners raising money for the first time.