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Private equity sheds few tears over Greek tragedy

The drama unfolding in Greece hasn’t captured the attention of private equity, which has little exposure to the financially troubled country. Still, some investors are looking for chances to buy assets on the cheap.


SEC exam findings a “wake-up call,” says LP

Early investor reaction to the first wave of private equity examinations from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ranges from skepticism, frustration that sponsors don’t provide as much information as investors ask for, to gratitude that the SEC is going to help improve behavior.


Lee Joins Cheyenne Capital To Help Firm Expand

Kenn Lee has left advisory shop TorreyCove Capital Partners after nearly six years to join Cheyenne Capital, a firm looking to parlay its success building and harvesting a private-equity portfolio for the state of Wyoming into a larger business, sister magazine Buyouts reported.

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