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This week there are analyst, associate, chief investment officer and investor relations positions up for the taking at Atlantic-Pacific Capital, El Paso Firemen & Policemen’s Pension Fund, Intellectual Ventures, Global Environment Fund and Morgan Stanley.
This week there are analyst and associate positions at Gores Group, MHS Capital and TPG Capital. There are also pension fund vacancies at CalPERS and Oklahoma Teachers Retirement System.
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Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe may finally get to exit TransFirst after a near seven year hold.
Three partners from Oak Investment Partners have held a first close on more than $400 million for a new fund called Oak HC/FT Partners, according to three people with knowledge of the fundraising.
Harvard Management Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Jane Mendillo intends to step down at the end of the year, potentially paving the way for someone friendlier to private equity to take her place.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer recently hired Scott Evans, a 27-year veteran of the Teachers Insurance and Annuity of America-College Retirement Equities Fund as chief investment officer at an annual salary of $224,000. While a nice salary relatively speaking (relative to say, a journalist's salary), the compensation is not competitive compared to the private financial sector.
Khosla Ventures is back in the market targeting about $1 billion for its Fund V, according to three limited partners with knowledge of the fundraising.
This week job seekers can consider vacancies at AllianceBernstein, Imprint Capital Advisors, Liberty Mutual, Ohio State University and Providence Health & Services.
Banyan Capital Partners had an especially active first week of June. On June 2, the Canadian private equity firm officially bid adieu to a long-standing portfolio company, Q’Max Solutions. And a day later, it welcomed a new portfolio entrant, Newcrete Investments. Banyan provided funding to the management buyout that launched Newcrete, the former concrete division of St. John's, Newfoundland-based Pennecon.
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