AIC’s new vice-chair; five key lessons from 2020 for fund managers

For private equity, the turbulence of the past 12 months will inform case studies and playbooks for years to come.

People: The American Investment Council announced that it has elected The Riverside Company’s Pam Hendrickson as its first vice-chair. Connor Hussey reports.

From our Yearbook, here we take a look at five key lessons the year held for private fund managers. Read on about how “standardization is on its way,” “valuations are becoming less art and more science,” “NAV loans are filling some of the bank void,” “fund execs are agnostic on the political and regulatory climate” and “covid revealed the need for massive tech upgrades.”

Email prepared by Graham Bippart