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.
Hogan Lovell's Andrew McGinty explains why China's need to diversify its asset base will see more deal flow in 2017.
At the end of a year of almost unparalleled uncertainty, IPO activity is down and PE’s share of the total has shrunk, too. EY analysis suggests several reasons that explain the drop and also why PE exits are expected to bounce back in 2017.
Alongside all the adverse effects of new VCT regulation that the VCT industry warned of, some positive effects are being felt – specifically, renewed interest in the classic venture space.
Secular stagnation is driving competition and innovation in the private equity industry.
In the final instalment of a four-part series looking into the impact that forex volatility has on the private equity industry, HiFX’s director of corporate Chris Towner discusses how firms and businesses can build forecasts for 2017 when financial markets are increasingly prone to sharp moves.