Handpicked Content on Key Drivers Behind Private Equity
Private equity is usually associated with massive profits, high risk, low liquidity and less volatility. However, private equity – as a capital allocation approach – is very diverse in its performance and focus. Private equity as a sector is also far more complex than what it may be reputed to be, and these nuances are explored in our selection of research below.
How has the private equity industry evolved in recent years? How much purchasing power do PE firms have, and how successful have they been in generating attractive returns?
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BlackRock explores the key dynamics behind the private equity industry, comparing the performance of growth equity, venture capital, and listed U.S. stocks.
WTW takes a closer look at the salaries within the private equity industry, a sector that is considered by many to be opaque and offering large financial rewards.
Using data from venture capital investments, the authors assess the persistence of returns in the private equity space.
Bringing together investment experts from asset management firms worldwide, this in-depth discussion explores the private equity landscape of risks and opportunities.
CAIA assesses the performance of private equity investments over two decades, highlighting some of the performance drivers.
Private equity investors are well-known for backing young businesses. How are the contractual terms underlying the funding impacting the valuation of these start-ups?