"Money is pouring into the good private equity funds — literally pouring. Funds are closing at levels 50 percent above their initial estimate. One of the consequences is that private equity managers have a wall of cash and are struggling to find a home for it," Majken Hauge Johansen, Head of Alternative Investments at Danish pensions provider Sampension tells AMWatch.
She points to the surplus cash floating around the system, as a result of near-zero interest rates, which has made the universal cash pile grow ever bigger.
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