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Best Privcap Private Equity podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Privcap Private Equity podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Experts from Thomas H. Lee Partners, Bain & Co., and Automation Anywhere discuss the process by which the best CEOs determine where to begin automating functions within their companies. They explain why robotic process automation typically begins with processes that involve humans touching many pieces of paper. The post CEOs Ask: Is Automation Wort…
 
Part of Privcap’s “Powerhouses in Private Equity” interview series, Tricor Pacific Capital’s Rod Senft discusses the rise of his Vancouver-based multi-strategy firm, how he wants entrepreneurs to view him, his favorite deal, and the “joy” and “thrill” that business builders need to feel to thrive. Interview by RSM Canada’s Ben Gibbons. The post Van…
 
This edition of Dealmaker features Privcap’s curated conversation with experts from LLR Partners and RSM who have worked extensively on software transactions. As software has grown exponentially as an industry and omnipresence in society, private capital has flowed into the sector in greater and greater amounts. Why are private equity investors so …
 
An expert conversation about how GPs can protect and add value via data security As more than a few private equity investors have learned, missing cybersecurity weaknesses in portfolio companies can lead to catastrophic losses. But just as importantly, making improvements to a company’s cybersecurity infrastructure can position it for a more lucrat…
 
A major investor in US retail property, real estate investment firm Taurus, is selling its portfolio and ceasing new investments. Co-founder of Taurus, Peter Merrigan, spoke with Privcap about lack of demand for many malls, the Amazon effect, the rise of logistics properties, and why he’s still bullish about malls in emerging markets. The post Reta…
 
Private equity firms increasingly are investing in healthcare businesses, many of them physician practices – with doctors at the core of operations. How should doctors assess the economics of such deals? What will be the impact on care? What questions should they ask of financial partners who propose to invest in or acquire these practices? Two lon…
 
Two healthcare business experts from RSM discuss important disruption trends that will leave many legacy companies in the same position that Blockbuster’s video-rental business found itself as Netflix grew in popularity. Patients increasingly expect the same types of experiences in healthcare that they receive in consumer businesses. Please downloa…
 
Marc Leder, co-founder of Sun Capital Partners, discusses one of his favorite deals – the brisk turnaround of Raybestos Powertrain, a supplier of parts to the automotive industry that was facing liquidation. An unexpected price rise saw Leder fielding worried phone calls from top car executives. The post Gasket Crisis Averted: How Sun Capital Turne…
 
Privcap assembled a group of private equity experts for an in-depth conversation about the investment opportunity in financial services. Commentators include William Spiegel of Pine Brook and Anthony DeCandido and Michael Fanelli of RSM. Topics include the decline of legacy players in financial services, the futility of traditional banks serving co…
 
Far from witnessing “doom and gloom” around climate change, two leaders in renewable energy at KPMG are working with corporations around the world to transfer from “brown energy” to green. The shift is starting with Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (CPPAs) whereby massive consumers of energy contract with renewable suppliers for direct access to…
 
Robotic Process Automation is strongly associated with reducing costs in businesses, but if executed properly it can allow employees to be more efficient and focus on higher-value tasks. A group of experts from General Atlantic, RSM and Automation Anywhere shares expert views. Part 3 of a series. RPA: Where to start Robotic process automation (RPA)…
 
CEOs and their private equity partners are keenly aware that automation technologies can transform their business processes, but they usually don’t know where to begin. Three experts from General Atlantic, Automation Anywhere and RSM talk about the right way to roll out an automation effort at your business. RPA: Where to start Robotic process auto…
 
As real estate has grown into an important part of an institutional portfolio, the popularity of core real estate has surged. And yet the definition of core has morphed in recent years. In addition, outside of the U.S., notably in Europe and Asia, investors are eager to put capital in core assets but sometimes disagree... The post Core Real Estate:…
 
Gretchen Perkins, the head of business development at middle-market private equity firm, Huron Capital, talks about the woeful lack of women in private equity and what must be done to attract more, particularly at the higher ranks. The post Why Women in Private Equity Need ‘Superpowers’ appeared first on Privcap.…
 
Three experts in private equity value add discuss the incredible advances offered by automation - variously identified as artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotic process automation (RPA). Private equity firms are increasingly helping their portfolio companies automate tasks that were once manual, cutting expenses and improving accurac…
 
Andrea Auerbach, Global Head of Private Investments for Cambridge Associates, discusses the current state of the private equity market, including the surge in distributions back to LPs, and the performance of the largest private equity funds, which is beginning to mirror the average performance of the stock market. Interviewed by David Snow, CEO of…
 
Part of the thought-leadership series: Real Estate in Rising US Cities. Rising US cities are attracting young people in droves who come for the jobs and the lower cost of living. What is the retail investment play in these areas, particularly when young people are more likely to use e-commerce to shop? Our three real... The post Physical Retail is …
 
The success of Sun Capital was born of hard experience and determined refocusing, according to its co-founder Marc Leder. In an interview, Leder discusses the scepticism that he and co-founder Rodger Krause faced as young ex-investment bankers trying to close deals and raise capital without an investment track record. Leder explains how the firm en…
 
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