Thought leadership from the private equity industry’s leading voices including legal experts, industry veterans, asset class specialists and academics.

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Covid-19 precipitated record fund financing activity in 2021, and this upward trajectory has no end in sight, writes Justin Partington, group head of funds at IQ-EQ.
Tokyo skyline at night in Japan
The growing prevalence of PE in Japan has brought a deluge of deals, but that’s not without its downsides, says Ropes & Gray private equity partner and Tokyo office managing partner Tsuyoshi Imai.
In a saturated fundraising market, GPs adopting a consumer mindset in their marketing can achieve a competitive edge, writes Greenbrook's Anna Jerstrom.
Igor Rozenblit, Iron Road Partners
Igor Rozenblit, former co-head of the SEC’s private funds unit, answers questions about the regulator's proposed rules for private funds.
High-value stakes in private equity firms are increasingly easy to convert into equity and debt, driving firm expansion, own-fund investment and more, write Victor Quiroga and Antoine Dréan of Triago.
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Jon Bennett and Alan Borenstein of executive search firm Roar Group share the most important considerations when seeking leadership for a troubled company.
Allianz Global Investors' Emmanuel Deblanc looks at the impact on private markets as the global economy begins to recover from the covid-19 pandemic.
Diversity can drive innovation across private equity firms and their portfolios, says Tom Thackeray, a partner at executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles.
There are three key questions participants in SPACs must answer when considering whether the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States will get involved in a deal, write lawyers from Kirkland & Ellis.
Noah Roy, managing partner at the industrials-focused firm, talks to PEI about the firm's $1.7bn raise and the importance and fragility of supply chains during the coronavirus crisis.

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