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– Private equity assets under management may be poised to grow 28% to $5.8T by the end of 2025 (vs. $4.5T at year-end 2019), according to a report recently issued by the Deloitte Center for Financial Services.

– This base forecast, which assumes average U.S. GDP growth of 2.9% annually from 2020 to 2025, has a 55% likelihood of occurring, said the report’s authors. They also presented bull and bear cases.

– Under the bull case, which uses a 2.4% annual U.S. GDP growth assumption, PE AUM would increase to $6.0T by 2025.

– The bear case, with a 11.5% average GDP growth assumption,  sees PE funds’ AUM rising to $5.3T.

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