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Private-equity firms are quarrelling with investors: fund managers say big clients have untenable demands, while investors say they're being forced to sign away rights — and lawyers are raking in cash no matter what.
Private-equity giant KKR is building out its sales team and boosting its marketing tactics in an effort to win over more private wealth clients. Here's what else the firm is doing to expand its client base.
Tricolor, an alternative auto lender that serves thin- and no-credit Hispanic borrowers, used a 25-page deck to raise $90 million from BlackRock investors. See the pitch deck Tricolor used to raise the funds.
So-called "do-gooder" companies, like eyewear brand Warby Parker and yogurt company Chobani, are increasingly touting sustainability and ESG missions to boost their public offerings. But experts say their IPOs steer clear of specific metrics for fear of liability or investor backlash. Here's why.
In a panel with Dmitry Balyasny and Mike Rockefeller, Cohen and Weinstein talked about recruiting and retaining top talent, and the most important parts of launching a fund. Read the biggest takeaways from their conversation.
Invesco is in talks to merge with State Street Global Advisors, according to the Wall Street Journal. Analysts don't expect consolidation in the asset management industry to slow down anytime soon — so we're tracking some of the industry's likeliest buyers and sellers.
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