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PE firms find profit and clean-up opportunities in high-carbon-emitters and others with environmental red flags.
Private equity owners, facing a manufacturing worker exodus, are reconsidering their attraction and retention strategies.
Where a lot of private equity firms struggle is the sheer amount of data they’re presented during diligence, often dealing with fragmented insights into a company’s operations.
Sustainability reporting is not window dressing, nor is it a marketing exercise. Similar to financial reporting, ESG reporting needs to be a data-driven process.
When will the long-awaited recession – the one economists have been warning about for years – finally arrive?
Two trends are becoming increasingly relevant for mid- to large-cap private equity buyouts: performance-based vesting and the increasing frequency of companies choosing an exit involving the public securities markets.
When I started my career over 15 years ago, PE folks would laugh at me or roll their eyes when I talked about proactive brand management. This is no longer the case.
As managers set out to establish their own practices, sophisticated LPs have a potential once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to identify and invest in a select few who will define the next generation of private equity.

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