New! 6 Additional Burgiss-Managed Parameter Sets for Takahashi-Alexander Cash Flow Model

In 2018, we released an integrated Takahashi-Alexander (T/A) cash flow model into our platform. From the initial release of the model, clients asked for help defining the many parameters that inform that model. Our stop-gap solution was to refer clients to our Burgiss Manager Universe data, which in addition to performance characteristics, provides data on historical patterns of funding and distribution. Though welcomed, many clients complained that they needed something simpler…

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james kocis
Burgiss Manager Universe Updated

On September 21 2019, the Burgiss Manager Universe (BMU) was updated to include results through June 30, 2019 (Q2). The final tally of nearly 9,500 funds represents more than $6.8 trillion in committed capital across the full spectrum of private capital strategies.

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james kocis
A New Platform User Interface

We are pleased to announce that on September 28th, we will update the Private i platform with a new user interface,

We listened to your feedback, thought hard about what you said, consulted with design experts, and worked through a design process through dozens of prototypes. Our new design, clean and modern, puts analytics first, with configurable dashboards and data visualizations front-and-center.

Some of the key features of the new UI include…

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Amanda VanNess
Private Equity Research Consortium prepares fund holdings data for academic analysis; celebrates 10-year partnership with data provider Burgiss

Chapel Hill, N.C., and Hoboken, N.J. (August 20, 2019) The Private Equity Research Consortium this fall plans to make fund holdings data available for academic research—a development that helps mark the 10-year partnership between data provider Burgissand the Institute for Private Capital, an affiliate of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School’s Frank H. Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise.

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Amanda VanNess
Private Equity Impact Investing: Who’s In and Who’s Next

The world of impact investing is moving and growing fast these days.However, it is still early stage in the  growth of impact investing and approaches vary greatly. The industry also continues to struggle with the measurement aspect of impact, especially due to the lack of uniform standards and the competing and often confusing array of methodologies being used…

While the majority of private equity managers, particularly the large ones, prefer building their own impact investment teams, others have opted to buy into the market. As it gets later in the game, the acquisition route could become more popular.

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Amanda VanNess