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Fri, 11 Jul 2014
Editorial
Sovereign Wealth Funds Increase Allocations to Private Equity
Movers & Shakers: Sporting Ranch Capital Looks to Phase Two
Regs Watch: Brief Updates on Changes in Regulation for Private Equity
Insiders View: SEC Provides Guidance to Private Equity on Seller Escrows
PE-Backed Buyout Exits Jump in Q2
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Fri, 30 May 2014
Editorial
Let's Be Clear - Transparency is Still Lacking in Alternative Investments
Movers & Shakers: Private Capital Lines Up Behind Community Banks
Regs Watch: Brief Updates on Changes in Regulation for Private Equity
Insiders View: Textron CIO Forecasts Great Merger Between PE & Hedge Fund Managers
Blue Elephant Goes In on Non-bank Lending
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Thu, 27 Mar 2014
Editorial
SEC allows some M&A brokers to operate without SEC registration (Part 1)
Dealmakers Q&A: Quad-C Management Makes New Investments, Sales Sees A Strong Pipeline in 2014
M&A Brokers See Regulatory Relief (Part 2)
Data Snapshot: Global IPO Market Heats UP
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Mon, 02 Dec 2013
Editorial
As Microfinance Grows, Private Equity Sees Emerging Markets Play
Dealmakers Q&A: Sellers May Be More Optimistic, But It’s Still A Buyers Market In Private Equity
Movers and Shakers: TA Associates Takes Majority Stake In Accruent
Regs Note: The Tax Man Cometh
EBF & Associates Closes $800 Million Merced Partners IV, L.P.
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Mon, 21 Oct 2013
Microcap Monitor: Microcap Activity on The Rise
Movers & Shakers Update: Bregal Sagemount Gets Into Emerging Civic Startup Niche
SBIA Holds Annual Summit, Chooses New Officers and Board Members
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