Join our partners S&P Global and Preqin as they highlight the historical outperformance of North American private equity against public market equivalents. In addition, Preqin will lay out expectations for the continued growth of the asset class until 2025 and the implications for fundraising and deal flow. The panel will then discuss some of the key risks to that view.
The panel of speakers will focus on valuation risks and whether rising long-term inflation expectations could get in the way of the virtuous circle of fundraising, low financing costs, and increasing valuation multiples. The discussion will also address the growing role of technology-focused venture capital deals and the role they have as a return driver as well as a source of risk.
- North American PEVC performance versus PME, 2008–2018
- PEVC’s growing share of total equity markets in North America (public and private)
- Preqin’s expectations for the size of the market in 2025
- Growing share of technology deals in venture capital deal flow
- Venture capital’s growing share of overall PEVC market
- U.S. 10-year treasury yields, 10-year breakeven yields
At the end of this webinar, attendees will:
- Have a clearer picture of how private equity has performed compared to public equities
- Better understand the drivers behind that outperformance
- Be informed of the most prominent risks to the sustainability of this performance going forward