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The DOJ has expanded its lens to examine investment firms’ board representations on competing companies under Section 8 of the Clayton Act.
As if leading through the pandemic wasn’t enough, new challenges are adding to the pressure on C-suite executives. The final blow? Decreasing access to capital. Executives have had enough and are threatening to leave.
Investors and private equity firms are finding that in the current environment it is essential to take active strategic measures to optimize working capital and free up cash.
As macro factors change, investors and strategies get creative and adapt to the new conditions.
By targeting a steady investment pace and focusing on long-term trends, investors have numerous ways to position their private asset portfolios.
Given the significant investment by PE firms in the physician practice space, ensuring maximum ability to enforce negotiated noncompete provisions is key to protecting your investment.
Managing returns against the backdrop of market uncertainty requires conducting due diligence with the surgical precision that only detailed, real-time data analytics can provide.
The sector’s popularity brings with it numerous regulatory and strategic issues. There are tools to address them.
Cybersecurity incident losses were estimated at $6trn in 2021 and are expected to hit $10trn in three years.
Logistical and supply chain challenges have exposed vulnerabilities and demonstrated critical roles played by domestic manufacturing businesses that are reliable partners to global enterprises.