High-tech greenhouse and vertical farming start-ups all believe they can sustainably contribute to feeding the world while making a profit. Their funding rounds suggest investors believe them, but should they?
In this special episode, sponsored by Jersey Finance, head of funds Elliot Refson and lead in the Americas Philip Pirecki discuss how the offshore jurisdiction is a stable and reliable gateway to Europe for US managers.
Stan Miranda, founder of Partners Capital, talks to Toby Mitchenall about how private markets investors should think about uncertainty when investing into the global energy transition.
In an era defined by uncertainty, how does anyone plan for the year ahead? In this sixth and final episode of Disruption Matters, sponsored by AlixPartners, a panel of experts discusses how they're preparing for whatever 2023 brings.
Motive Partners’ Sam Tidswell-Norrish and Schroders Capital’s Tanja Lukas look at how the PE industry is advancing the mental health conversation and discuss how they each manage their own personal wellbeing.
PEI senior editor Adam Le and senior reporter Carmela Mendoza discuss how private equity firms sharing equity with an entire workforce can create upside and value for investors.
In this special episode, sponsored by Schroders Capital, Richard Nourse and Karin Kaiser of Greencoat Capital discuss how the war in Ukraine and the energy crunch will impact the shift away from fossil fuels.
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Carbon capture and sequestration has made it into many headlines, but few investor portfolios. Infrastructure Investor speaks with Partners Group’s Esther Peiner, Keith Martin of Norton Rose Fulbright and Columbia University professor Scott Barrett to discuss where the market will move.
In the second episode of this miniseries, sponsored by AlixPartners, PE leaders share how they’re weathering operational and financial challenges.
The first in a special five-part series, sponsored by AlixPartners, where we ask private equity operators how they're responding to today’s myriad challenges.
Private Equity International is proud to present our first-ever serialized podcast, sponsored by AlixPartners. The five-part miniseries is focused on how private equity operators are finding opportunities in disruption. Listen to the first episode on August 17 right here on the Spotlight podcast channel.
Two professionals in the asset class featured in this year’s Women of Influence list, MV Credit’s Nicole Downer and Ares Management’s Andrea Fernandez, discuss how to navigate career challenges in the industry and resist gender bias.
Sachin Khajuria, a former partner at Apollo Global Management, discusses his book Two and Twenty: How the Masters of Private Equity Always Win, and why the industry needs to engage more with wider society.
Bill Green, founder of Climate Adaptive Infrastructure, explains how investors are mispricing climate risk and what needs to change.
PEI’s editorial team discusses how the feverish fundraising environment has contributed to the record $2.6trn raised by the world's biggest private equity firms, and where the growth is coming from.
Fundraising rising stars from Verdane, Development Partners International and Rede Partners discuss the future of the market.
Founder Paul Pittman discusses a defamatory attack on Farmland’s stock, as well as his firm’s forays into private farmland markets.
Infrastructure Investor uses internal data, alongside commentary from energy experts Andrey Konoplyanik, Christof Ruhl and Jonathan Stern, to discuss how the crisis might impact natural gas investing and infra portfolios.
Kathryn Leaf, head of real assets for the London-based firm, takes us inside the search and hiring process for its new real estate heads.
Edwin Conway, senior managing director and global head of BlackRock Alternative Investors, talks to New Private Markets about the 'tremendous capital shortfall' when it comes to climate tech solutions investment and why investors will lean in more to infrastructure and private credit.
The Searchlight Capital partner and former FCC chairman believes there could be plenty of opportunity for the private sector in the $65bn funding.
Carlyle, EQT, Infrared and BPEA give their predictions for the sustainability-linked loan market in 2022.
Charly Weinstein discusses the accounting firm's recent deal with TowerBrook, and how the business's new 'alternative practice structure' could shake up the industry.
As the global economy recovers and buyers bump up on their allocation limits on a glut of GP-led deals, the LP market is seeing a resurgence. Mike Custar and Jake Stuiver of White Plains-based secondaries advisory M2O discuss whether now is the ideal time to take an LP portfolio deal to market.
The economic bounce-back from covid came quickly, says Randy Schwimmer of Churchill Asset Management, which caused inflation to be on everyone's minds.
Matthew Wade, IFM’s executive director for debt investments, explains approaches LPs are taking to the sector.
Nicholas Brooks, head of economic and investment research at ICG, discusses the biggest things GPs should be concerned about in an era of inflation and potential interest rate rises.
Can private capital really solve the world's biggest challenges? Is there something wrong with the way private equity funds are raised? We discuss the rise and fall of Abraaj with Simon Clark, co-author of 'The Key Man'.
Journalists across the PEI stable share their insights on an issue that has become top of mind for private fund managers and investors.