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A prolonged government shutdown could upend private deals

There are no signs President Trump and Congress are closing in on an agreement over the budget to resume work, and the shutdown comes at a time when the stock and bond markets have experienced volatility under the spectre of rising interest rates.

ADB: private equity helps us access underpenetrated markets

Now that the market has matured, the Asian Development Bank’s private sector group has a new mission in the region.

IFC’s COO on managing a global footprint

Ruth Horowitz, deputy CEO and COO for the asset management arm of the International Finance Corporation, on how following best practice and outsourcing where needed has helped it manage growth over the last decade.

A new approach to Asia

Now that the market has matured, the Asian Development Bank’s private sector group has a new mission in the region.

IFC’s COO on managing a global footprint

Ruth Horowitz, deputy CEO and COO for the asset management arm of the International Finance Corporation, on how following best practice and outsourcing where needed has helped it manage growth over the last decade.

Monitor Clipper’s Evans is on a mission to get more women into PE

The CFO of Monitor Clipper Partners is doing her bit to redress the industry’s problem with diversity.

KKR stock ownership broadens on C-corp switch

Index funds are widening the firm's investor base, while market volatility is taking a toll on the share price.

How Blackstone’s chief counsel puts tech to work

The firm’s chief legal officer John Finley talks SEC settlements and artificial intelligence.

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