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After two years of taking on new responsibilities at their firms, CFOs are turning their eyes back to their bread and butter – managing costs, said panelists at Private Equity International’s CFOs & COOs Forum in April.
The mid-market firm nabbed Beacon Capital’s finance chief to fill the position, which has been vacant since last summer.
Already struggling departments are likely only going to face costlier and more time-consuming informational demands, experts say.
NAV loans have seen a significant increase in popularity among managers, and some are looking to make it easier to take them out.
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Corporate CFOs are being encouraged by PE sponsors to become more analytical, and provide value-creation input as the focus on delivering key milestones in 100-day plans intensifies, writes James Williams.
The C-suite outsourcing firm adds the new roles to meet growing client demand.
The secondaries firm has been expanding its team as it moves into new geographies and adds more GP-led deals
Labor and supply-chain costs pose the biggest short-term risks to corporate valuations, despite worries that the Fed may raise rates, market professionals say.
As more PE firms look to institutionalize their business, part of their strategy is to increase allocations from new investor bases.
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