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As interest rates rise, with the potential for debt to become more expensive, operational talent and the ability to achieve revenue goals through improvements in operations becomes much more in focus.
Public pensions are contending with the dreaded denominator effect as the value of their public holdings plunges in the volatile markets.
Public pensions often cultivate private equity allocator talent over a period of years, only to have those individuals leave for better paid roles in the industry or at private institutions.
By Winna Brown, EY Americas In a positive step for the private equity industry and for investors, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has released proposed rules that would require public companies to provide information on climate-related risks, including greenhouse gas emissions, on financial statements and in annual reports. Investors have acknowledged environmental, social […]
Knox Lane founders John Bailey and Shamik Patel faced a unique challenge raising capital as society shut down in the pandemic.
Psaros shares with us his favorite song, his extensive philanthropic activities and his fantasy job in the front/business office of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The firm closed its eleventh fund on $4bn last year and, like several other established tech-growth managers, is pursuing a rapid fundraising pace.
LA City’s commitment is an example of a public pension system finding opportunities with newer funds and emerging managers despite the general preference of public system LPs to stick with established managers.
Paris ODDO secondaries fund
The move from the Paris-headquartered buyout shop comes as GP-led processes eat more and more into the secondary buyout market.
Martis is among a handful of young firms seeking capital from limited partners who are generally sticking with their established relationships in the uncertain markets.

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