Friday, December 14, 2018

Buyout debt prospects: bigger funds to dominate and a possible crunch

At a recent roundtable hosted by Real Deals, a panel of experts discussed the changing debt landscape, bank and fund competition, and chances of a downturn.

Why private equity is hot on healthcare

Reputational risk and soaring costs have done little to dampen private equity interest in healthcare deals.

Brexit webinar: Preparing for a no-deal

In a special Brexit webinar, hosted by Real Deals on December 5, a panel of experts will discuss the risks to fund managers in the event of “no-deal”.
digital marketing

Why private equity firms need digital marketing

Many private equity professionals think that digital marketing tools such as the firm’s website and social media feeds are not crucial to their business. Think again.
Internet of Things

Private equity is trying to make sense of the Internet of Things

With more deals being struck in the Internet of Things space, it is time for private equity to believe the hype about this fast-growing investment trend.
special situations

What the consumer downturn means for special situations firms

Dealmakers and advisers discuss what lender attitudes and a consumer downturn mean for the special situations community.

How MML managed its succession process

Bal Johal and Ian Wallis have been confirmed as the new co-chief executives of MML, taking over the day-to-day running of the mid-market house from firm founder Rory Brooks.

How the Budget could affect private equity

The Budget provides additional funding to the British Business Bank and announces the launch of consultations around UK pension funds' investment in patient capital funds.

Luxembourg: What the future looks like for Europe’s would-be fund hub

With the launch of new structures, Luxembourg has set out its stall as a key private equity fund jurisdiction in Europe.

Why European SMEs need to think globally in order to thrive

Idinvest chief executive Christophe Bavière explains why European mid-market businesses and their finance providers must be thinking globally.
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