Porta de Saída “Renato Abissamra, da Spectra Edição 289 Mercado secundário de private equity começa a ganhar tração no país; gestoras buscam aproximação com fundos de pensão O mercado secundário de private equity é um segmento ainda pouco explorado pelos fundos de pensão no Brasil. Trata-se de um mercado no qualinvestidores negociam cotas de fundos de investimento em participações (FIPs) em suas carteiras em uma operação privada entre vendedor e

It is known that the Latam Private Equity industry has been successful, with funds achieving a mean IRR of 23% p.a. in US$. But what is the difference between the Top and Bottom quartiles? Is it important to be geographically-focused? Buyout funds outperform growth funds? The Spectra-Insper database shows that the difference between top and bottom quartiles in terms of mean IRR is around 72% p.a.. While the top quartile

The Spectra-Insper database contains a unique set of information about Private Equity organizations, funds, deals and people in Latin America. Containing information of 82 fund almost fully divested, the database shows that the Latam Private Equity has been successful, with funds achieving high levels of return. The mean IRR of Private Equity funds that have been substantially realized in the region is 23% p.a. in US$, with a return, on

“Latin America offers compelling opportunities to U.S. private equity investors, partly because its economies are squarely in the emerging category and partly because of geography. It’s a short hop to many of these locations, and even the most remote are close to U.S. time zones. But the list of countries and economies within LatAm that represent the best opportunities can be a wildly volatile one. Case in point – Mexico, which for a long time

Spectra Investments in conjunction with Insper (Brazilian academic institution) has developed the most extensive database of the region, containing a unique set of information about Private Equity organizations, funds, deals and people in Latin America. Our database has currently over 2.000 logged transactions and 500 fund vehicles. The Latam Private Equity industry has already in excess of 250 players actively operating in the region focused in different strategies, countries and