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Chris Witkowsky and Sam Sutton are back to discuss a restructuring of fundless sponsor Argonne Capital Group’s six portfolio companies. Is the transaction a harbinger of more creative deals on the secondary market? Next, California Public Employees’ Retirement System is exploring setting up a new platform to pursue direct investments. Can it be done? What will it entail? Tune in […]
Since 1990, the editors of Buyouts have honored exceptional buyouts with our Deal of the Year Awards. We are now accepting nominations for our 19th annual awards. The deadline for submissions is Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Winners will be chosen in seven categories: Deal of the Year, Large-Market Deal of the Year, Middle-Market Deal of the Year, Small-Market […]
Peter Thiel, Founders Fund, Paypal, Facebook
Peter Thiel may very well be the most quotable venture capitalist on the planet. He has something interesting and/or funny to say about even the most pedestrian subjects. The co-founder of PayPal and Founders Fund riffed on Apple, Google, Uber, tech founders, competition, phony technology companies and lots more at the PartnerConnect West conference in November 2014 in Half Moon Bay, Calif.
HGGC, Rich Lawson, PartnerConnect
Rich Lawson, CEO of mid-market firm HGGC, speaks with Buyouts Senior Editor Steve Gelsi at PartnerConnect West 2015.
Buyouts, cover, 11-23-15, November 23, 2015
The print version of the latest Buyouts will arrive in subscribers’ mailboxes on Monday, November 23. If you want to read it early, just click on the following link to see the digital edition: Buyouts, November 23, 2015 – Digital Edition 
Jerome Kohlberg, a private equity pioneer, passes away at 90. Joseph Trustey, a 53-year-old deal maker, has his life cut short by a plane crash.
The University of Michigan has committed $50 million to a debut fund from Emet Capital Management earmarked for investments involving distressed real estate projects financed by municipal revenue bonds.
Q2 2015, second quarter, 2015, highlights, deals, fundraising, exits
Here are the key statistics in private equity fundraising, deals and exits for the third quarter of 2015.
Texas Municipal Retirement System is a holdout no longer. The board of the $24 billion retirement system approved the hiring of StepStone last week to advise on the construction of a $1.2 billion portfolio of private equity investments over the next five years.
PRIVATE EQUITY FIRMS Baceline Investments has hired Marty Turco as director of business development. Turco is a former NHL player who served as a goaltender at a number of teams that included the Dallas Stars. Balderton Capital has hired Nicolas Debock as a principal. Previously, Debock worked at French venture firm XAnge. Castanea Partners has […]

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