Private equity’s return to work

by Alice Murray 1 October 2020

Following months of lockdown, private equity funds are looking to get back to work – or are they? For an industry which relies on engaging with potential investee companies and building relationships with management teams, the sector has had to get used to working remotely over the last six months. A lot of the trends we had already started to see pre-lockdown have been accelerated.

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