Private Equity: navigating challenges and opportunities in the new geopolitical climate
2022 may feel like a case of déjà-vu for many private equity investors, with those who had looked forward to capitalising on the numerous pent-up opportunities suppressed by Covid-19 emerging from the pandemic only to be faced with new economic uncertainty and a materially heightened risk environment. However, despite geopolitical uncertainty, the ongoing impact of the pandemic, high energy prices and growing inflation, the industry remains optimistic.
We recently surveyed a panel of 100 senior-level private equity fund managers to further understand the issues keeping investors up at night and identify the pockets of opportunity – both in terms of sectors and geographies – investors are most bullish on over the next few years, along with solutions for any challenges expected.
The report highlights the numerous opportunities that well-capitalised private equity firms are looking to capture over the coming period.
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Private Equity: Navigating Challenges & Opportunities in the U.S. Climate
We surveyed senior-level private equity fund managers in the USA to further understand the issues keeping investors up at night and identify the pockets of opportunity – both in terms of sectors and geographies – along with solutions for any challenges expected.
Overall, our study shows that U.S. private equity firms have increased the level of outsourcing key functions to free up valuable expertise and resource. The region remains optimistic despite geo-political uncertainty and is in an undoubtably strong position to take advantage of new opportunities in the upcoming months.
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ATTRACTIVE PE SECTORS
90% of respondents showed that appetite for investment in consumer discretionary will be the most favourable sector in the coming five years
89% of respondents see Argentina as most attractive LATAM market, followed by Brazil (88%), Mexico (85%), Chile (82%) and Panama (80%)
92% of respondents describe the outlook for private equity funds investing in renewables to be positive
95% of respondents stated that investment in wind and solar is most likely, followed by hydro (83%), biomass (82%), wave (77%) and marine (75%)
93% of respondents said they plan to invest in the UK, and 75% stated the Middle East