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By Randy Koch No one would accuse private equity of being a particularly data-driven industry. While their colleagues over at the hedge funds and quant funds are dealing with mountains of data on a daily basis, looking for insights that will give them an investing edge, private equity rarely hikes those hills. In some respects, […]
In a disruptive, uncertain time, distressed situations present opportunities to acquire assets at bargain prices.
When structured and executed correctly, private equity can be a powerful vehicle for change at a time when change is what the healthcare system needs.
Sponsors are facing direct exposure and liability as a result of increased scrutiny by the Department of Justice and other enforcement agencies.
Coronavirus has impacted all merger-and-acquisition activity, but it has impacted carve-outs even more.
This is the year when technology changes from being an enhancement to the PE process to being an inseparable part of it.
Thomas Friedman recently argued that “the coronavirus will create a new historical divide: before-Corona (BC) and after-Corona (AC).”
Those who’ve been down the IPO road before get it: preparedness and project management are paramount.
After a volatile end to 2018 and despite fears of a global downturn, Canadian M&A activity remained steady in the first half of 2019.
You signed an agreement to purchase a business, and still have a few months before closing. New regulations are announced which you expect will have a significant negative impact on the target’s business. You are starting to get cold feet—can you walk away before closing? In M&A transactions, one of the main risks that buyers […]
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