Joe McGrath • July 10, 2017
Dan Mannix, chief executive of RWC, says the move is indicative of a wider trend in the industry.
Staff • July 08, 2017
Proponents of transparency face new challenges as some investors grapple with the problem of too much disclosure.
Alicia McElhaney • July 06, 2017
A slowdown is now returning to haunt the private equity industry — just as the market is getting really hot.
Christopher Schelling • July 03, 2017
While stock returns have for decades outperformed risk-free rates in the U.S., the idea that this premium is an immutable, inherent feature of the asset class strikes Institutional Investor columnist Christopher Schelling as naive.
Alicia McElhaney • June 16, 2017
Genstar Capital raised a $3.3 billion fund after spending just two months on the road, according to Preqin.
Alicia McElhaney • June 14, 2017
Buyout fund gains doubled last year, surpassing private debt and venture capital.
Alicia McElhaney • June 01, 2017
Private-equity firms have a record $881 billion of dry powder to invest, up from $674 billion in December 2008, Preqin data show.
Alicia McElhaney • May 23, 2017
Buyers are willing to pay up for interests in buyout funds in the secondary market.
Joe McGrath • May 18, 2017
Pension schemes are allocating more assets to bonds and alternatives.
Alicia McElhaney • May 17, 2017
An Invest Europe report shows that European private-equity firms have taken longer to divest investments after raising the most capital since 2008.
Sheila Dang • May 05, 2017
Institutional Investor introduces new survey to find the top players serving the buy-side in the Nordic region.
Julie Segal • May 04, 2017
The private equity founder and ultimate Washington insider built Carlyle Group into a $158 billion powerhouse. Can he achieve the same success with philanthropy?
Julie Segal • April 28, 2017
With data science and artificial intelligence, Prudential's QMA is blurring the line between quants and old-fashioned fundamental stock pickers.
Staff • April 27, 2017
The secondaries market is awash with opportunity as private-equity firms are slower to exit their deals.
Alicia McElhaney • April 24, 2017
Private-equity firms are on a fundraising tear as they increasingly invest in technology––the traditional territory of venture capital.
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