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Toby Mitchenall

Toby Mitchenall is the Senior Editor for private equity at PEI Media. He is responsible for and regular contributor to the private equity coverage across Private Equity International, Secondaries Investor and private funds management and is based in PEI’s London office. Toby was previously a consultant advising private equity firms on marketing and public relations.

An LP’s view on minority stake sales

Simon Faure, director, M&G investment, wants to see the economics going to the investment team.
Sale of private equity firm minority stake

Why (and how) to sell a piece of a PE firm

Private equity firms both large and small have been exploring sales of minority interests to fund supercharged growth. With the help of some of the key market players, we explore how and why.

Why you should be selling a piece of your firm

There has never been a better time to raise permanent capital by selling a stake in your firm. We guide you through what you need to know.
Balancing compensation and benefits to retain staff

The three keys to retaining finance staff

Replacing finance staff at a private equity firm is a costly exercise, but there are certain things you can do to make it less likely to be an issue.

Why investors are not pushing for credit line change

Was the debate around credit facilities in private equity overblown?
Europe defense of NPPRs for private fund marketing

Marketing in Europe: A robust defense of NPPRs

We sounded the death knell for NPPRs last week. This prompted some strongly worded disagreement.
Spreadsheet - on AICPA's valuation guidelines for PE & VC

Who will get most out of AICPA’s new guidelines

Today we have expert insight into AICPA's updated valuation guidelines for private equity and venture capital, as well we news on the CFOs & COOs Forum, secondaries and real estate's new global IRR index.
Writing a check - a $33m SEC settlement

What to learn from a $33m settlement

'Before Dodd-Frank required private equity sponsors to register as advisors and become fiduciaries, they could rely on disclosure alone to avoid securities fraud liability.'

Raising European capital: The case for outsourcing

The disappearance of NPPRs will cut down options for those wanting to raise capital in the EU. Help may be required.

What keeps this CFO up at night? Tax issues

Blue Vista CFO James Strezewski is preoccupied by tax, tech and talent issues. Sound familiar?

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