“Net asset value financing set to shake up private equity exits”

PRIVATE EQUITY NEWS | August 16, 2021

The COVID-19-induced lockdowns and other emergency measures have taken a toll on economic activity, and private-equity firms have not been spared. Our expert, Sumit Chhabra, global head of Private Equity & Consulting, weighs in on how NAV financing is set to expand as fund managers look for new sources of liquidity in the post-outbreak world.

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