News & Analysis

A GP's departure from a private equity firm isn't as simple as handing in a letter of resignation – carry, non-compete and track record issues can often become sticking points when it's time to move on. By Art Janik, Associate Editor
Following an internal reorganization, OMERS Capital Partners is going forward with a C$4 billion mandate that emphasizes the cooperation between its direct investing and fund investing sides By Art Janik, Associate Editor
INDUSTRY FRONTLINE 2005-08-01 Staff Writer <b>Alvarez & Marsal recruits Asian team</b><br />Alvarez & Marsal (A&M), the US-based turnaround and restructuring adviser, has launched Alvarez & Marsal Asia with an 80-strong team. The team has been recruited en masse from Hong Ko
Managing a private equity firm's contacts means more than keeping track of names and phone numbers. These days, contact management systems span deal flow tracking, portfolio management and investor relations. By Art Janik, Associate Editor
A LONG-TIME PRIVATE EQUITY CFO JOINS AS THE LONDON FIRM SEEKS ITS SECOND FUND
A NEW SAFE HARBOUR RULE ISSUED THIS SUMMER HELPS GERMAN INVESTORS DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT THE TAXMAN WILL PENALIZE INVESTMENTS IN FOREIGN PRIVATE EQUITY FUNDS
A UNION PROMISES TO BATTLE THE TURNAROUND FIRM AT WORK, AT HOME AND AT PLAY
TONY KNOX HAS STEPPED DOWN AS CHAIRMAN OF LONDON-BASED PRIVATE EQUITY-BACKED PR FIRM FINANCIAL DYNAMICS, BUT IN HIS NEW ROLE HE WON'T BE TURNING HIS BACK ON THE BUSINESS HE CO-FOUNDED
BY OFFERING FUNDS FOR NEW DRUG RESEARCH, THE US FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS ALLOWING VENTURE CAPITALISTS TO EMBRACE MORE RISK
TWO RECENT LARGE DEALS SAW PRIVATE EQUITY FIRMS ESCHEWING TRADITIONAL ‘FUNDING CONDITION'SAFETY NETS
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