PE short on tech talent

by Matthias Plötz 13 December 2022

In response to a survey, GPs highlighted a skills shortage in talent equipped to handle automation (56%) and cybersecurity (51%).

Intertrust Group’s, Introducing the Halo Framework, additionally identified a widening skills gap due to changing demands (44%) and challenges relating to DEI (41%) as strong concerns among respondents.

The company interviewed 150 senior decision makers across private equity, hedge funds and private wealth management, with AuM between $12.5bn

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