Brexit: why suspense is worse than disappointment

Michael Collins, chief executive officer of Invest Europe, believes private equity firms are capable of overcoming the uncertainty of Brexit.

And the prize for scariest deal goes to…

Some people say all private equity dealmakers are bloodsuckers. These ones come closer than most.
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A private equity firm with a surprisingly modest name

Private equity firms tend to be named after their founders or impressive-sounding bits of the natural world. Not this one.

Realising the commercial value of ESG

Anthesis Group’s Tim Clare says those who only see ESG as necessary for meeting LP requirements are missing out on the commercial value it creates.

How David Cameron is finding raising a fund

Former UK prime minister Cameron has been criticised for less than impressive results so far with his UK-China investment vehicle.

Five private equity professionals in one family

Silverfleet Capital managing partner Neil McDougall has no less than five family members in or around the industry.

Investment opportunity in Wales is on the up

Rhian Elston, from the Development Bank of Wales, explains why private equity and corporates are taking notice of investment opportunities in Wales.

A guide to navigating tax and transactions in 2018

There is more flux in the global tax landscape than ever before. Bridget Walsh, EY Global Head of Transaction Tax and Erica Lawee, EY Global Development Leader, Transaction Tax, provide a step-by-step guide to help private equity firms navigate the change.

Guest comment: Rhonda Ryan on today’s frothy private equity fundraising market

Today's buoyant fundraising environment shows few signs of abating but investors should be ready for changes in the market.
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Wol Kolade’s outlook for private equity in 2018

Livingbridge founder Wol Kolade reflects on a surprisingly positive 2017 and explains how technology is revolutionising all aspects of private equity.
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