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.
Far Cry from the Glory Days
These days, big buyers are more likely to co-invest with limited partners
Time Inc. -Meredith Pairing Would Have Been Too Complicated, Says Jeff Bewkes in Keynote
The Time Warner chairman hints there may be a future deal for the spun-off magazine business, maybe even with Meredith
Strategic players in the aerospace and defense sector look to offset losses by remaining on the hunt for targets
To uncover the private equity perspective on the race for the White House, Mergers & Acquisitions convened a special roundtable of dealmakers, including Audax co-founder Geoffrey Rehnert, who worked with former Governor Mitt Romney at Bain Capital for 15 years. We tracked other Bain-mates of Romneys and took a look at President Barack Obamas private equity supporters, too.
Many of Romney's Bain-mates never left private equity. Here's a look at where they are today.
Mergers & Acquisitions convened a roundtable sponsored by Fifth Street Finance Corp. and Rutan & Tucker LLP to explore the impact of the 2012 presidential election on middle-market dealmaking
In the 2012 race, the president continues to count members of the financial services community among his supporters
Excerpts from Mergers & Acquisitions' interview with Leonard Tannenbaum, founder of Fifth Street Finance Corp. and the founder of the Keeping America Competitive PAC