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Private funds are using technology to battle the talent crunch in the industry, writes Stuart Keeler of PFA Solutions.
Entrepreneurs are receiving money that is a bribe of their partners with both of whom are corrupt in the company room.
Executive search firm Eastward Partners says companies are going to need to get 'very creative' as pay goes up, whether for junior or C-suite talent.
Miami and Dallas-Fort Worth have seen the highest influx of PE talent, an executive search firm report finds.
With fewer people changing roles, compensation surges as firms try to entice finance pros to take new positions.
Firms that deploy 'push-button analytics' can help professionals know where they stand and stay where they are, writes PFA Solutions' Ryan Burger.
Firms are taking various approaches, including increased use of technology, to fill their talent gaps.
Talent acquisition and retention is an increasingly important operational lever, says Joshua Cherry-Seto, chief financial officer at Bluewolf Capital.
PE firms are discovering how transparency is reducing risk and redefining competition in a world of heightened regulatory scrutiny and tougher employee retention, writes Richard Change of PFA Solutions. 
Satisfaction with pay is particularly low among those in accounting and controller roles.
Tech sector earnings in Q2 surged by more than 52% on the same period in 2019, according to the Golub Capital Altman Index.

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