News & Press – 2013

PEI Infrastructure Investor – Beginning to flow

10.10.2013

Francois Gamblin, chief executive officer of SecondCap – a global online platform for secondaries, sees the future of infrastructure secondaries as an online future. “Sellers recognise they must be careful in their selection of bidders and to go to the usual suspects is not the best way. We tap into a large universe of buyers and we make transactions easy and fast to execute.”

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Al via un listino anche per il private equity

04.09.2013

Le idee semplici sono quelle che funzionano meglio. Come quella venuta in mente tre anni fa a François Gamblin: creare un mercato organizzato anche per la cessione di quote di fondi di private equity sul mercato secondario, che, ricordiamo, funziona proprio con modalità opposte. È, difatti, quella forma di investimento alternativa in società non quotate o in via di delisting, destinata a una clientele istituzionale o privata ma con una disponibilità finanziaria molto elevate (hnwi).

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Secondary’s Platform of the Year

02.07.2013

We are delighted to announce that Secondcap Limited have been named as “Secondary’s Platform of the Year” at the Acquisition International M&A Awards 2013.

Acquisition International Magazine’s 2013 M&A Awards celebrate excellence and commemorate the achievements and hard-work of all those involved in seeing a deal through to completion.

You can view the full supplement here

MA Winners Logo 2013

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Investors look for more control over investments

03.06.2013

François Gamblin, co-founder and chief executive of Secondcap, said: “This market is fragmented and inefficient, but it is global and it is raising a lot of traction on the buyside. Our idea was to create a marketplace where it would be much easier for a seller to transfer his assets through a standardised and partially automated process.”

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La stratégie Buy and Hold de parts de fonds d’investissement dans le private equity est-elle encore justifiée ?

13.02.2013

Historiquement, l’investissement dans les fonds de PE a permis d’adosser des ressources long terme à des emplois long terme (retraite, assurance). Dès lors, la stratégie “buy and hold” était parfaitement adaptée pour les asset managers disposant d’un horizon de placement de dix à douze ans.
Mais la crise financière mondiale de 2008, la montée en puissance des incertitudes réglementaires et fiscales, la maturité du marché alliée à une meilleure compréhension par les investisseurs institutionnels, ont conduit à une remise en cause de la stratégie classique de “buy and hold” . Celle-ci est-elle donc encore justifiée ? Quels sont les moyens efficaces de gestion active de portefeuille permettant une optimisation du couple risque-rendement ?

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