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Few areas of operational strategy fall outside the responsibility of today’s private markets CFO. Five industry leaders discuss how they are navigating a challenging macroeconomic environment while managing their in-house operations
As more sponsors look to attract attention from retail investors, the legal structures around widening access to the private markets are changing.
A global leader in DE&I details how to create ‘new models of leadership.’
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Investment in tech, and getting partners on board with it, has been crucial to surviving and even thriving in one of the most challenging markets the industry has seen.
Our pick of the innovators who have helped craft the role into such strategic importance over the past two decades, and how it now stands as one of the key leadership positions at any firm.
From LLR Partners' Noah Becker to Genstar's Melissa Dickerson
From Monitor Clipper Partners' April Evans to Sandra Kim-Suk of Engine No. 1
From FFL Partners' Patty Nykodym to Adam Weinstein of New Mountain Capital
Our next-gen list show how the private markets industry is embracing a younger, more diverse talent pool
Navneet Govil, CFO of SoftBank’s Vision Fund unit, told our online 2021 CFOs & COOs Forum about how a network can facilitate knowledge sharing among portfolio companies.

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