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Matt Breitfelder discusses what works, and what doesn’t, and how hirers can convince often stubborn partners of the concrete benefits of changing their strategies.
A downturn compounded by once-in-a-generation stressors and an accountant shortage could spell trouble for funds, writes MUFG Investor Services’ US head Steven Boydstun. He outlines three visible signals that you have a winning talent strategy.
Far from acting as often flawed stopgaps, interim CFOs at PE-backed companies can act as critical transformational figures, write Accordion senior managing directors Craig Boucher and Keith Maib.
Private funds are using technology to battle the talent crunch in the industry, writes Stuart Keeler of PFA Solutions.
Annual EY survey finds attracting and retaining talent will be key for CFOs in building their firm’s infrastructure.
Blackstone chief administrative officer Vik Sawhney told the 2022 forum that talent was one of the biggest issues facing the private equity industry.
More women are being hired across investing, finance, legal and fundraising functions.
Driving factors include a desire to focus on investing, cost effectiveness and increasing regulatory complexity.
A report from EY and Columbia Business School finds PE firms are looking beyond traditional finance MBA candidates to people with a variety of backgrounds and skills.
The private equity secondaries firm has been adding products and employees in critical investment and operations functions.

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