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Robert Smith, Vista Equity
CIO Bob Jacksha declined to confirm whether or not the decision was due to Vista founder Robert Smith's recent non-prosecution agreement with the federal government.
Rendel Solomon discusses why he walked away from a successful career at a $1bn asset manager, and shares some frank thoughts on the state of diversity and inclusion in the industry.
Pennsylvania state representative Ryan explains why he almost always votes against PE commitments at board meetings, often as the only dissenting voice.
Margaret Brown said doing so would be necessary until an investigation is completed into former CIO Ben Meng's financial disclosures.
LPs keep emotion out of the picture as they evaluate opportunities and potential riptides in a volatile market.
The lesson from FFL’s investment in Crisis Prevention Institute is to not be afraid to take risks with a company that is already performing well.
Fundraising has been sluggish for the strategy created by one of President Trump’s signature laws. The opportunity zones program, meant to direct investments in lower-income regions, comes out of 2019 yielding some tough lessons about investor appetite. And there are reasons to think 2020 could be even rougher. The program was created by the Tax […]
Venture is a tricky asset class. When you do well, you do really well, but a few bad investments can seriously hurt you in the long term. Two West Coast pensions discussed venture at their recent meetings in ways that illustrate this. Take Los Angeles City Employees Retirement System, based on a report from TorreyCove, […]
Commitments include new funds from Sunstone, P4G and Montagu.
The $64.8 billion sovereign wealth fund committed to platforms from Advent, Permira, H.I.G., and Carlyle, among others.

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