If you can deliver to your investors what theyre looking for, generalist funds are not dead, says Gretchen Perkins of Huron Capital Partners LLC in this video, shot at ACG InterGrowth 2013. Buying lower-middle-market companies and pursuing add-on deals is still Hurons strategy, she explains, but the nuances of present-day fund raising have changed. For more coverage of Huron, see the most recent edition of editor-in-chief Mary Kathleen Flynns column, Private Equity Perspective: Prepared Firms Prevail.
The M&A Scene: CEO Leadership
Dealmakers gathered at the Harvard Club in New York on May 7 as part of ACG NY's CEO Leadership event. Peter Gonye, a co-leader within Spencer Stuart's private equity practice in North America was the keynote speaker. Panelists included M. Tatum Pursell, senior adviser, Unlimited Horizons; Tony Ecock, general partner, Welsh Carson Anderson & Stowe; Jim Follett, former CEO of Authentic Response Inc.; Doron Grosman, operating partner, Court Square Capital; and Joelle Marquis, partner, Arsenal Capital.
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