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It’s time to move beyond just talking about ESG and get specific on implementation, Volkert Doeksen told delegates at Private Equity International’s Responsible Investment Forum.
The firm, in which TPG owns a 5% stake, has already deployed more than $200m of its second distressed investment fund.
The sale of 105-year-old French soap company Cadum to L’oreal marks the firm’s second exit from its most recent ‘investment programme’.
Weijian Shan, one of TPG's top dealmakers in China for more than a decade before leaving to chair PAG Group, talks with Private Equity International about the Chinese market.
Public pensions’ and financial institutions’ divestitures have fuelled secondary market activity, according to Cogent Partners.
George Roberts, KKR co-founder, co-chairman and co-chief executive, recently spoke with Private Equity International about macroeconomic trends as well as how risks and returns are amplified ‘the farther away you get away from the United States’.
In a rare in-depth interview, KKR co-founder George Roberts discusses both the firm’s and private equity’s ongoing evolution as they move past credit crisis ‘hiccups’ and closer to maturity.
'The last time we fought was when we were about eight years old – and that was over a bicycle,' says KKR co-founder George Roberts of cousin and fellow co-founder Henry Kravis.
KKR co-founder George Roberts discusses KKR's green portfolio programme and approach to ESG issues at PEI's recent Responsible Investment Forum in New York.
The pan-African private equity firm plans to capitalise on expectations that Nigeria will be among the world's 10 fastest growing economies between 2011 and 2015.