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Our annual list celebrates the visionary investors, dealmakers, fundraisers, operators and lawyers expected to play a leading role in the industry in the years ahead.
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GP and LPs, including the California Public Employees’ Retirement System and Alaska Permanent Fund, have contended with staff turnover at a time of congested fundraising and market uncertainty.
Industry leaders share their most valuable career lessons, and their views on how private equity has evolved as an asset class.
Hamilton Lane equity award reward
Employees must remain with Hamilton Lane over a multi-year timeframe, and the stock price should cross particular thresholds, in order to receive equity 'awards'.
Karen Frank
Karen Frank, who joined OTPP from Barclays Private Bank in 2020, is set to leave in December, Private Equity International has learned.
Motive Partners’ Sam Tidswell-Norrish and Schroders Capital’s Tanja Lukas, both aged 35, look at how the PE industry is advancing the mental health conversation and discuss how they each manage their own personal wellbeing.
Tim Dattels was credited with having developed the relationship with Indonesia’s Bank Tabungan Peninsuan Nasional which netted the alternatives firm a 7x return.
The firm sees more ethnically diverse male-led funds than women-led funds when looking at emerging managers, according to managing director Patricia Miller Zollar.
Orlando Bravo IPEM 2022 Thoma Bravo
The software specialist has internal talks about accepting outside capital 'all the time', but likes things as they are, says co-founder Orlando Bravo.
The long-serving executive was involved in Apollo's strategic partnership with Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings to invest across asset classes.

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