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Video: The Future of Private Equity Investing

Video: The Future of Private Equity Investing

Henry Kravis is one of the founders of Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts, one of the largest global investment firms with approximately $130 billion under management. The Firm was founded in 1976.  Portfolio companies in its private equity funds generate over $200 billion in annual revenues and employ about 720,000 people. In this interview, Kravis discusses the future of private equity investing, touching on topics such as How disruptive technologies can be both a threat and provide […]

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5 Steps for a Successful Post-Merger Integration

5 Steps for a Successful Post-Merger Integration

Successful integration of a merger or acquisition is complicated by the fact that no two deals are alike. What worked in a prior deal is not a guarantee or template for your next deal. The following areas present the greatest challenges for your company to execute a successful integration. Please like & share:

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How Can a Project-Based CFO Help When a Portfolio Company Is Underperforming?

How Can a Project-Based CFO Help When a Portfolio Company Is Underperforming?

Today, private equity firms find that the market is demanding relatively high multiples for those companies “in play.” For those companies that can demonstrate reasonably consistent and fairly sizable patterns of cash flow generation, private equity (PE) firms are finding they need to offer EBITDA multiples in the upper single digits to low double digits range. Please like & share:

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