PODCAST: Ex-Apollo insider spills the beans on private equity’s inner workings

Sachin Khajuria, a former partner at Apollo Global Management, discusses his book 'Two and Twenty: How the Masters of Private Equity Always Win', and why the industry needs to engage more with wider society.


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What is it like to work for one of the top-performing private equity firms? How does GP-LP alignment play out on a personal level within deal teams? How can the private equity industry better engage with wider society, and could the PE model change in years to come?

In this episode of Spotlight, we sit down with Sachin Khajuria, a former partner at Apollo Global Management and founder and CIO of his family office Achilles Management, to discuss his book Two and Twenty: How the Masters of Private Equity Always Win. Khajuria provides insight into the inner workings of a private equity firm and shares his advice to sceptical investors who think private equity may not be worth the fees.