Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Mid Europa Partners

What I’ve learnt: Robert Knorr and Matthew Strassberg, Mid Europa

Mid Europa co-managing partners Robert Knorr and Matthew Strassberg explain why they think the asset class will bifurcate in the future.
Nazo Moosa

What I’ve learnt: Nazo Moosa, VT Partners

Former Carlyle dealmaker and VT Partners co-founder Nazo Moosa discusses the rise of growth capital and sector specialists.

What I’ve learnt: Andrew Hawkins and Ricardo Lombardi, ICG

ICG's head of private equity solutions Andrew Hawkins and managing director Ricardo Lombardi reflect on the industry's rise from modest beginnings.
real deals

Real Deals’ most memorable quotes

From Jon Moulton talking haemorrhoids to Glenn Youngkin dragging John Major along to meetings, we look back on some of our most memorable conversations with private equity's big guns.

What I’ve learnt: Juan Luis Ramírez, Portobello Capital

As Real Deals celebrates its 400th issue, Juan Luis Ramírez discusses Portobello's evolution and how legal and tax frameworks could be improved.
Vittorio Pignatti-Morano

What I’ve learnt: Vittorio Pignatti-Morano, Trilantic Europe

As Real Deals celebrates its 400th issue, Trilantic Europe chairman Vittorio Pignatti-Morano mulls the growth in fund sizes, the drawbacks of permanent capital and why private equity needs a standardised LPA.

Fast fashion: how private equity investors are adapting to a rapidly evolving sector

Buyout firms have been burnt by the fashion industry before, but a number of new upstart companies are proving much-coveted.

The 20 most influential people in private equity today

Real Deals runs the rule over the GPs, LPs and advisers pulling the strings across the private equity industry.

Iberchem sale to Eurazeo a boost for Magnum’s fundraising

Magnum Capital will be hoping the €405m sale of Iberchem to Eurazeo can convince LPs to back its long-awaited second fund.

Summa’s chemical attraction for a software business in the Nordics

Viking Venture, the vendor, made a return of around 10x after investing around NOK20m (€2.14m) in 2014 and receiving roughly NOK220 in a deal that valued EcoOnline at NOK355m.
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