Nearly two-thirds of PE and VC firms are planning to raise funds in 2024, with the sector anticipating future interest rate cuts from central banks.

Private Equity Wire | March 26, 2024

Nearly two-thirds of PE and VC firms are planning to raise funds in 2024, with the sector anticipating future interest rate cuts from central banks, according to a new survey by Acuity Knowledge Partners (Acuity) canvassing the opinions of 128 private markets firms. Published in Private Equity Wire, the article features adds that the figure is a big increase on the 22% of respondents who planned to raise funds in the last survey.

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