Former Real Deals editor Ross Butler provides a frank and contrarian take on the state of the private equity industry and the challenges it faces.
Although the DACH region hasn’t been known as a technology hotspot historically, private equity firms are finding it to be a rich source of mid-market tech deals.
Corporate finance adviser Maarten de Jongh reflects on the potential breakup between Spain and Catalonia and its impact on the private equity industry.
Livingbridge dealmaker Henry Alty, who led the firm’s investment in robotic automation services firm Symphony Ventures, explains where the investment opportunities lie within the sector.
Eusebio Martin, professor of private equity at IE Business School, reveals Spanish investors’ views on private equity and what GPs can do to attract more capital from the country.
Private equity investors should brace for more uncertainty after yet another surprise election result, although the possibility of a softer Brexit offers some encouragement.
Investors will hope that if Theresa May can increase her majority in Parliament, policymaking will become more stable.
As the Prime Minister triggers Article 50, beginning the process of the UK’s departure from the EU, WA Investor Services sets out what we can expect as Brexit negotiations kick off.
Andros Payne, founder of consultancy Humatica, explains how operating partners can effect change without formal authority.
Women in private equity, new firms and the importance of employer brand have all been prominent private equity recruitment topics over the past year.