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After such a strong 2021 for the US mid-market, geopolitical and macroeconomic uncertainty could create challenges for private equity firms chasing last year’s highs.
Volatility may have slowed the rate of dealmaking, but for GPs accustomed to investing and driving growth across cycles, the mid-market still holds plenty of opportunities.
GPs are doubling down on value-creation strategies as the cost of debt rises.
Competing against the large US buyout firms to attract candidates is no easy feat, but the past year has seen some hiring strategies work out for the mid-market platforms, says Mary Gay Townsend.
Fortune does not always favour the biggest firms.
Even amid today’s rocky macro environment, the industry’s biggest fundraisers continue to pull in more capital
Investor report H1 2022 private equity
Dig deeper into how investors are operating in private equity with PEI's analysis of H1 2022 activity.
Advertising/marketing ranked as the 'hottest' topic for a second straight year in an annual survey by ACA Group, Yuter Compliance Consulting and the Investment Adviser Association.
Private Equity International H1 2022 fundraising report
Fundraising in the first half of 2022 fell, yet both the number of funds seeking to raise capital and the volume of capital they are targeting have hit a record.
Bain macro dealmaking uncertainty investing Ukraine
Private equity investors should brace for more uncertainty around inflation and asset valuations in the months ahead after deal volumes slowed in the first six months of the year.
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