As we consider the future of diversity and inclusion in private equity, can the industry meet the challenge? Harvard Business School Professor Dr. Josh Lerner discusses a new Private Capital Research Institute roundtable.
A conversation on business and geopolitics, global population and health trends, climate change, technology and more.
For investors, a new year often means the clock starts again — on performance and fundraising, as well as the chance to look back, and importantly, ahead. Recently, a number of outlets have done just that for alternative investments.
While we have looked this week at the 2020 private equity outlook, today we put special focus on European private equity.
Consider the following approach: pursue deals not as a zero-sum game but as opportunities to align the most knowledgeable and invested people around a shared vision for the company.
What is the 2020 private equity outlook? We offer a roundup of views.
A new year — not to mention a new decade — provides the opportunity not only to look back, but of course, also to look forward with a private equity preview.
Once touted as the generation that couldn’t save for homeownership, millennials are, on average, getting richer. That can impact investment trends.
Results of all private equity cannot be judged equally, and under a range of circumstances, including private-to-private and secondary buyouts, “employment at targets rises.”
We reported recently on the growth in private equity investment globally — with a focus on certain regions. New data shows the growth continues.