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In the terms of finance, secondary private equity transactions refer to selling and buying of pre-existing commitments of investors to investment funds and private equity. People who sell private equity investments not only sell the investments in funds but also the remaining unfunded commitments to these funds. Naturally, the asset class of private equity is illiquid and is meant to be long-term investment options for investors who believe in buying and holding.
Corporate Finance departments are tasked with identifying and accounting for abstract concepts such as uncertainty. Over time the accountancy profession has developed mechanisms for accounting for uncertainty and creating systems for determining projects to a mathematical value. This article will highlight some of the techniques used.