Private Equity News & Analysis

Jonathan Lavine, Bain Capital
Jonathan Lavine, co-managing partner of Bain Capital, said the private equity industry should engage more with policymakers and be more transparent on both good and bad outcomes.
Jonathan Lavine
What two top execs think about PE's public image and some more troubling press. Plus: whether LPs really use all that data and insight into the developing world of single asset secondaries. Here’s today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
The €2bn restructuring of PAI Europe V, centred around one of the world's largest ice cream makers, suggests the secondaries market may be too small.
Managers often complain that LPs ask for data but don’t do anything with it; investors say this is not the case.
Executives from EQT, Permira, The Riverside Company and NewQuest Capital Partners share their experiences in this 6-minute podcast.
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On an earnings call last week, president and COO Jonathan Gray revealed the what worries the world's largest private equity firm the most.
John Vaske
Temasek's Americas head has given us a rare walk-through of how the giant government-owned fund plans to play a meaningful part in the world's biggest PE market. Plus: Apollo and Blackstone's permanent capital, liquidity in German VC, Stirling Square's long haul and more. Here’s today's brief, for our valued subscribers only.
John Vaske is establishing the Singapore government-owned investor as a key player in the North American market.
Tokyo, Japan
The firm's private equity activity in Q4 was mostly in Europe and Asia, totalling a little less than half of $4bn of total investments.
A combination of indebtedness and tanking oil and gas prices led to Southland's bankruptcy, not its valuation process.

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