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US PE middle Market Report
The US middle market ended a tempestuous year by
recording $480.9 billion in deal value—by a slim margin
the highest annual number on record. After the near
halt of deal activity in the wake of COVID-19 in Q2 2020,
convergent trends drove the middle-market recovery
in Q3 and a dealmaking frenzy in Q4. In 2020, deals
priced under $500 million accounted for the greatest
share of middle-market deals since the global financial
crisis (GFC), as some PE firms acted opportunistically
to acquire assets at a discount, while others snapped
up small companies with growth potential buoyed by
the pandemic. At the upper end of the market, a flight
to quality drove elevated valuations in the technology,
healthcare, and financial services sectors.
In 2020, US middle-market exits fell for the second
year in a row as many GPs delayed Q2 exits amid
market turmoil. However, by the end of the year, GPs
were making up for lost time in earnest, driving Q4 exit
activity above pre-pandemic levels—a trend that will
likely continue into 2021. Although sponsor-to-sponsor
exits declined YoY, they remained the most common exit
type for middle-market portfolio companies. Looking
ahead, special purpose acquisition company (SPAC)
mergers may facilitate more public exits for middlemarket companies
Although the amount of capital raised dipped by
approximately one third YoY, 2020’s US middle-market
fundraising proved resilient all things considered. GPs
raised 127 middle-market funds for a combined $101.1
billion—a far cry from 2019’s record-breaking heights
but roughly on par with fundraising levels in 2016-2018.
As a result of 2020’s disruptions, LPs flocked to middlemarket funds raised by the largest PE firms, especially
funds focused on technology and healthcare.
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