The J-curve narrative in private equity (PE) investments deserves a quiet obsolescence.
Even investors who operate exclusively in public markets can benefit from the book’s thoughtful and sometimes unconventional takes.
In financial capitalism, wealth is transaction-based rather than operational.
Max Frumes and Sujeet Indap provide a fascinating inside account of the distressed debt markets, including the strategies, the colorful personalities, and the complex relationships.
The story of the markets over the last 10 years has been one of remarkable change. Yet economies are still struggling.
The costs and risks associated with debt have shifted from the borrower to the lender.
Why does investing in the "average" private market fund seem to go so poorly?
Simon Witney provides a groundbreaking overview of effective governance and responsible investment in private equity.
The goal of private equity is to be impervious to the vagaries of the economic cycle and to outside interference.
There is no valid benchmark for the unlisted private equity sector. That needs to change.
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