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Chad Pike, who helped launch the private equity giant's Tactical Opportunities unit alongside David Blitzer, is calling time on his 25-year career at the firm.
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Private equity firms must pay greater heed to staff development, recognition and culture to engage talent for the long term, according to PER's Rupert Bell.
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The second part of our A-Z looks at focus, growth drivers, human capital, inventory reduction and joint ventures.
The firm will need LP approval to continue investing from the vehicle, which has thus far collected $2.75bn against a target of up to $12bn.
Private equity was one of the largest contributors to performance during the quarter for the Canadian pension giant.
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The co-CEO has led the firm alongside Charles Kaye since 2000, growing its assets more than fourfold while remaining a pure-play private equity player.
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The firm is looking to hire up to four people for its New York office, which will focus on providing service to existing and new US healthcare portfolio companies.
Gregg Kantor left the bank in April to focus on a property start-up he launched.
Nate Sleeper will take over from Donald Gogel as chief executive on 1 January, with David Novak and Rick Schnall becoming co-presidents.
Greg Ruiz will join the pension system this summer from Altamont Capital Partners, filling a role that has been without a permanent occupant since Réal Desrochers left in 2017.
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