Helix co-founder Ian Simpson joins Rede

Simpson has worked in the asset class for 30 year, advising and fundraising for some of the most reputable managers in European and US private equity.

Corporate burnout in private equity and what to do about it

Even the most driven private equiteers are recognising the value of taking a career break. Real Deals speaks to deal veterans who have taken time away.

The Riverside Company appoints three across Europe

Rafael Álvarez-Novoa is promoted to partner in Madrid, while Filip Van de Vliet and Philip Rowland will join Riverside as operating partners in Brussels and London respectively.

Abénex promotes two to partner, including Lyon head

Abénex Capital has promoted Antoine Houel and Jérôme Vandermarcq to the position of partner.

Why the carried interest model could be dying out

Veteran private equity dealmaker Andrew Hartley and MJ Hudson managing partner Eamon Devlin reflect on whether the carried interest remuneration model is still fit for purpose.

Women’s access to private equity careers narrowing, says Level 20

Private equity is recruiting fewer juniors from outside banking and consulting than it did 10-20 years ago, according to research from women in private equity body Level 20.

Respected academic Achleitner joins Investcorp advisory board

Achleitner is a high-profile researcher in entrepreneurial finance, with a focus on the financing of innovation, venture capital and private equity.

Carried interest webinar: Recording now available

A recording of a Real Deals webinar on carried interest, providing a detailed analysis of industry compensation benchmarks, is available now.

Private equity recruitment: three new trends

A recent discussion about recruitment at business school INSEAD provided food for thought for both firms and their potential candidates.

Inflexion names three new investment partners

Inflexion Private Equity has hired Irina Hemmers as a partner in its TMT team and announced the promotions of Malcolm Coffin and Josh Kaufman to partner.