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As the PE industry matures, new hiring requirements are at work, with diversity a high priority
September 5
Learn how the 10 up-and-coming dealmakers named by Mergers & Acquisitions as the 2019 Rising Stars of Private Equity are shaping the future in these Q&As.
August 30
Consolidation heated up in recent weeks after a tepid start this year. Here is an overview of noteworthy deals announced in June and July.
August 6
Dealmakers from Alvarez & Marsal, Harris Williams, Huntington, KeyBanc, Lincoln, Piper Jaffray, Stifel and Willliam Blair weigh in on today's M&A climate, reporting a sense of urgency to close deals now, while the economy is stable, and advising clients to prepare for a downturn likely in 2020.
August 1
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From CFO functions to fund administration, service providers, like Nick Leopard's Accordion, make dealmaking easier and better.
June 21
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Global Payments' purchase of TSYS is the latest merger of large payment technology companies — and by no means the last.
May 28
Bain Capital, Great Hill Partners, GTCR, New Heritage Capital and the Riverside Co. are investing in healthcare IT providers
May 24
Consolidation activity was ho-hum for most of April before a burst of transactions — and notable ones at that — were announced in the month's final week.
May 8
Genstar Capital, led by Ryan Clark, was the most active private equity firm in the U.S., as measured by completed deal volume, according to PitchBook. Rounding out the top five were: Audax Group, HarbourVest Partners, Stone Point and Abry.
April 18
Virginia beat Texas Tech to win the NCAA basketball championship. Fans have unprecedented access to online sportsbooks, and dealmakers are getting in on the M&A action.
April 8
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