covid-19
PEI caught up with two private equity recruiters to find out about the state of hiring during covid-19 and how the crisis is affecting salary expectations.
Tokyo
The insurance giant has promoted a member of its global credit investment team to lead its $10bn push into alternatives, Private Equity International has learned.
Saul Goodman
The investment banker has seen more GP interest deals than anyone else. We asked him in January about the development of the market.
Tokyo, Japan
The firm held the final close on Carlyle Japan Partners IV last week on around $2.4bn, more than double its 2013-vintage predecessor.
Jose Maria Loizaga, Moira Capital Partners
Leading figures of the country's private equity industry pay tribute to José Maria Loizaga Viguri, a founding father of Spanish private equity, who passed away after contracting the coronavirus.
PEI spotlight
Executive recruiters Mary Gay Townsend and Simon Nixon discuss the pros and cons of having your own investor relations team – and whether it's worth it.
Private equity is failing to find its voice or properly engage with its detractors and the barrage of criticism won’t stop until it does.
Compensation in PE is increasing across the board, especially in junior positions, according to two extensive research reports.
Saul Goodman
Who had the biggest effect on the industry in 2019? This year the award goes to an advisor for the first time.
Managing director Ken Wong talks fund families, paying up for Aussie assets and coronavirus fears.
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