Employee ownership programmes, which seek to build wealth among company workers, are gaining traction in the private equity industry. Are investors losing out on upside, or benefitting from increased value creation?
Xiang-Dong XD Yang Carlyle
The Washington DC-headquartered firm expects to be opportunistic in Chinese private equity over the next six to nine months, Xiang-Dong Yang tells PEI.
The era of great-power competition, which includes intensifying scrutiny, restrictions and regulation around the movement of capital, goods, data and technology, presents both challenges and opportunities, says Global Institute executive director Vance Serchuk.
Partners Group chief David Layton
Roll-up acquisition activity will continue until there is more stability in the larger end of the market, Partners Group chief executive David Layton said during its interim results call on Tuesday.
GPs get creative with deal financing
Backing solid, cashflow-producing assets will be essential in an environment marked by higher borrowing costs, says Cyrus Madon.
While some PE firms buy clubs, others such as Sixth Street are finding other ways to gain exposure.
Illustration of a tornado tearing through piles of money
Private equity investors should brace for more uncertainty around inflation and asset valuations in the months ahead after deal volumes slowed in the first six months of the year.
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Revealing details of the deal to CHI employees in person was, 'one of the most joyful things I have been involved in in my life', said KKR's Pete Stavros.
Seoul Korea VIG buyout growth capital
VIG Fund IV is 69% invested and expected to complete one more deal this year, managing partner Chulmin Lee tells PEI.
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