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An invitation-only gathering of government leaders, academics and senior private equity industry professionals Tuesday in Belgium is part of a planned long-term effort to assess the impact of private equity on the global economy.
The handful of major firms backing the Private Equity Council will open membership to other GPs, including small firms that may make a better impression on Capitol Hill.
GPs and LPs alike are starting to mull new approaches to compensation and incentivisation. In the first of a three part series, David Snow proposes tethering carry to performance.
After years of distractions, the firm will ‘rededicate’ itself to private equity. David Snow reports.
David Snow explores why some GPs are so freaked out over a set of guidelines.
The former Merrill Lynch head of private equity fund origination says an expected rise in fundraising will benefit his new firm.
The head of the US arm of one of the largest private equity firms in the world said Friday the LP-friendly principles are worthy of support but will likely be modified.
David Snow ponders what a proposed US banking rule would mean for captive private equity and private equity real estate firms.
Adding to the private equity momentum in Latin America’s largest economy, the firm will buy a majority stake in CVC Brasil, a major tour and travel company based in Santo Andre.
Editor in Chief David Snow picks potential developments that will determine the fate of private equity in the 2010s