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In this document, we set out our process, detailing what each of the Factors are, explaining the rationale for each, and how we assess and score the Sub-factors. This methodology is not an exhaustive treatment of all Factors reflected in our approach, but it should enable the reader to understand the key considerations used by MJ Hudson Allenbridge in our analysis.
This report (the third in a three-part series) describes the governance of private funds and presents current trends in the key investor protections: GP removal (with cause and without); key person events; change of control provisions; indemnification; conflicts; the role and operation of the Limited Partner Advisory Committee (LPAC); reporting provisions; and the application of the most favoured nation (MFN) treatment.
In this Spotlight Report, we shine a light on products and managers currently raising money for VCT offerings. We have surveyed all of these managers and have compiled a snapshot of each responding manager in terms of the strategy their VCT adopts, the composition of each VCT’s portfolio, dividend targets, buy back policies and recent exit history.
This research analyses the current terms and conditions of private equity and venture capital funds, comparing the results with the findings of MJ Hudson’s previous research. It discusses both the drivers behind current trends in terms and conditions, as well as the implications for both investors in private equity funds and those managing such funds.
This report (the second in a three-part series) discusses the key terms that impact upon the alignment of interests between LPs and Managers: the size of the GP commitment; management fee offsets; successor fund restrictions; and co-investments.
Part I (Economics) examines the core economic terms that govern a private fund. It provides analysis of the levels and calculation methodologies of management fees (both during and post the investment period); the prevalence and nature of management fee discounts; and the operation of distribution waterfalls and carried interest models (including hurdle rates, ratchets and catch-up). Innovations in carried interest models and the distribution waterfall are examined, and deal-by-deal enhancement (i.e., interim clawbacks, carry escrows and guarantees of GP clawback obligations) are likewise covered.
This report compares the current terms of private equity fund commitments with the findings of MJ Hudson’s previous research, and discusses the drivers and implications for both investors and managers. The report aims to provide both LPs and GPs with an enhanced understanding of the current strengths and weaknesses of the fundamental economic, alignment and governance terms impacting private equity fund commitments and those of related asset classes.
This report focuses on what we consider to be the key risks from an LP’s perspective particularly given the current market backdrop, with the substantial growth in PE assets, high levels of dry powder and as we near the end of the cheap credit era. Digital download only.
The inaugural edition of MJ Hudson Allenbridge’s AIM IHT Spotlight Report looks back at the performance of the market over the course of 2018 (and beyond) as well as unveiling AIM IHT Investment Manager’s outlook for AIM in 2019. The report also looks at individual investment opportunities and products within AIM IHT market.
This report presents the results of a survey of 25 asset managers offering diversified multi-asset alternative risk premia (ARP) funds. In addition to the survey results, we also present an overview of 2018 returns and their drivers. Digital download only.
In this new multi-asset market review report, MJ Hudson Allenbridge has examined the current products available, market trends, and challenges as well as undertaking a comprehensive performance analysis. Digital download only.
This guide aims to provide creditors with a better understanding of the legal and commercial complexities of the European restructuring market, and gives guidance on how to influence a restructuring or turnaround process in order to protect or create value for creditors.
This report examines what “biotech” is and isn’t, looks at some key drivers of the industry as a whole, and then provides a guide for investors interested in better understanding the tax-advantaged biotech investing space.
In this new analytical report on Key Information Documents (KIDs), following the implementation of the PRIPS regulation, MJ Hudson Allenbridge examines the key features and flaws of the new regulatory requirements to provide a KID. Digital download only.
The Review aims to provide institutional investors with a clear picture of a market that can feel complex and opaque. Since its first edition, this remains the only Review to include coverage of investment bank strategies alongside those offered by asset managers. Digital download only.
This report looks, firstly, at reactions to the result and the importance of the UK asset management industry, as well as the likely impact of Brexit and expectations for the negotiating process.
The report shows the expected impact of the Brexit vote on headcount in the City and asset flows in and out of the UK, at both industry and asset class levels.
This new sector overview report on the pub industry examines the key drivers and threats to the UK pub industry, as well as the way in which investments in this area have been made under the UK Government’s tax-advantaged investment schemes. Digital download only.
The Guide aims to assist fund managers and investors in understanding how the private equity market is treating ESG issues and how to quickly evaluate which policies meet specific requirements.
There are now only seven firms offering transition management services to clients in the UK and Europe. Allenbridge has undertaken a detailed survey of all providers to assess the relative strengths and weaknesses of each firm.
The full report examines the world of U.K film and television financing and its future, compares the different models, and recommends further steps an investor can make to safeguard and enjoy their investment.
Covering topics from both the LP and GP perspective, including economic terms and structures and much more.
Providing start-up managers with comprehensive, commercial advice on how to form and raise their first fund.
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