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Investor Relations in Private Markets

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When confronted with their industry’s reputation as a bunch of heartless cost-cutters, private equity professionals have tended to defend themselves by framing high-profile nightmare stories as exceptions rather than the rule.
Sep 3, 2021
New research has shed light on an often mysterious part of the fundraising process: The factors that drive manager selection. Unfortunately, what the research illuminates only deepens the mystery.
Sep 1, 2021
A Justice Department / SEC investigation of the sustainability claims of Deutsche Bank’s asset management arm is likely to be the first of many.
Aug 31, 2021
The largest 25 private markets firms hold $509.8 billion in dry powder, representing 22.3% of the global $2.28 trillion in current dry powder, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence and Preqin.
Aug 27, 2021
While more than half of office workers are excited to return to the workplace, 45% view their office as less important than prior to the pandemic, according to a recent survey conducted by Indeed.
Aug 25, 2021
With their money locked in funds for more than 10 years, institutional investors in private equity are in it for the long haul, but that doesn’t mean some short-term consequences of Covid aren’t keeping investors up at night.
Aug 24, 2021
100 Women in Finance has attracted a very impressive 300 fund managers and 260 allocator representatives to its second global capital introduction event, which is taking place next month. The guest list is not just long, it’s meaningful.
Aug 20, 2021
While more than half of office workers are excited to return to the workplace, 45% view their office as less important than prior to the pandemic, according to a recent survey conducted by Indeed.
Aug 18, 2021
KKR may be demonstrating one of the best ways to get public credit for responsible investing practices.
Aug 17, 2021
Alternative asset fund managers anticipate that there will be an increased demand for investment vehicles based in international financial centers, particularly the British Virgin Islands, Barbados and the Cayman Islands, in the next three to five years.
Aug 6, 2021