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Bill Browder on investing in Russia: ‘You risk going to jail or dying’

Fund manager-turned-activist Bill Browder made his money investing in public equities in emerging markets; now he has all his capital invested in private equities in developed markets. As a man wanted dead by the Russian establishment, he has an interesting take on investment risk.

Bill Browder on investing in Russia: ‘You risk going to jail or dying’

Fund manager-turned-activist Bill Browder made his money investing in public equities in emerging markets; now he has all his capital invested in private equities in developed markets. As a man wanted dead by the Russian establishment, he has an interesting take on investment risk.

Funds of funds: more relevant than ever

Once viewed as a dying breed, here are five reasons why funds of funds will stay relevant and justify that extra layer of fees.

Has Bill McGlashan poisoned the impact well?

Don’t be surprised if TPG goes on to successfully raise the second Rise Fund; the actions of its erstwhile boss, however, may make it harder for other impact investors.

Carlyle’s D’Aniello: Strengthen your balance sheet now

The co-founder and chairman emeritus of The Carlyle Group talks to PEI about performance, fundraising and how GPs should be preparing for a downturn.
Cambridge Associates head of private markets Andrea Auerbach.

Andrea Auerbach knows you are going to spin out before you do

Cambridge Associates’ head of private markets Andrea Auerbach makes it her business to know all about your business – including whether your best dealmakers are heading for the exit.

The voice of LPs

Steve Nelson speaks for half of the institutional money invested in private equity. What’s he going to say? He tells PEI his plans for ILPA and the next clash between LPs and GPs.

DOWNLOAD: The state of VC in six charts

Frenzied fundraising, growing deal size and longer holds: in this six-slide interactive presentation we examine some key indicators of the state of venture capital.

Rubenstein’s take on the future as Carlyle tops PEI 300

As Carlyle is once again named the largest PE firm in the world, David Rubenstein, the architect of its fundraising success, talks about the future of private capital.
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