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vcaonline.com 7 hours, 13 minutes ago

Twin Bridge Capital Partners Hires Brad Wrege As Senior Associate

CHICAGO, February 26, 2020-- Twin Bridge Capital Partners, a private equity firm specializing in the small and lower middle-market, today announced that Brad Wrege has joined the firm as a Senior Associate in the firm's Winston-Salem office. In this role, Mr. Wrege will be responsible for assessing and executing new investment opportunities across the Twin Bridge platform. "We are excited to welcome Brad to the firm.
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skift.com 21 hours, 48 minutes ago

Travelport's New Ceo Lays Out Bold Plan For A Tech Overhaul - Skift

Travelport CEO Greg Webb tells us that the travel distribution giant's private equity investors support a major technology overhaul and that it will involve minimal heartache for agencies. It'll be notable if Travelport's backers defy the reputation of private equity investors for mercilessly extracting value. -Sean O'Neill.
Read by 74% of LPs

reuters.com 23 hours, 48 minutes ago

Buyout Bids For Thyssenkrupp Elevator Loaded With Similar Leverage-sources

Private equity suitors for Thyssenkrupp's elevator division, which is seen fetching around 16 billion euros ($17.4 billion), have submitted offers with similar levels of debt, four people familiar with the process told Reuters on Wednesday.
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prnewswire.com February 26, 2020

Twin Bridge Capital Partners Hires Brad Wrege As Senior Associate

CHICAGO, Feb. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Twin Bridge Capital Partners, a private equity firm specializing in the small and lower middle-market, today announced that Brad Wrege has joined the firm as a Senior Associate in the firm's Winston-Salem office. In this role, Mr. Wrege will be...
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businessinsider.com February 25, 2020

10 Biggest Startup Acquisitions PE Firms Made Since 2017

Startups still see lots more money from IPOs and corporate acquisitions than from private equity deals, but PE firms are spending increasing amounts.
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nypost.com February 25, 2020

Banking Giants Restrict Italy Business Travel On Coronavirus Fears

Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Citigroup Inc, Credit Suisse and other banks have curbed trips to Italy amid fears that the coronavirus outbreak across the north of the country could quickly spread across Europe, sources said.
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uk.finance.yahoo.com February 25, 2020

Goldman, Citi Among Banks Curbing Italy Trips Over Coronavirus Fears - Sources

LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Citigroup Inc, Credit Suisse and other banks have curbed trips to Italy amid fears that the coronavirus outbreak across the north of the country could quickly spread across Europe, sources said. Lazard, BNP Paribas and Deutsche Bank also rushed to warn staff against all "non-essential travel" to northern Italy, four sources told Reuters, speaking on condition of anonymity as banking policies are confidential.
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marketwatch.com February 25, 2020

Private Equity-backed Ipos Aren't Performing. That Is Driving More Companies To Stay Private.

Globally, more than 70% of 90 IPOs backed by buyouts between 2010 and 2014 underperformed, according to Bain & Co.
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nst.com.my February 25, 2020

Global Pe Market Marks Best-ever 6-year Stretch | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports And Lifestyle News

NST Business (c) New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd. : KUALA LUMPUR: The global private equity (PE) market showed signs of great resilience last year, despite increasing concerns about deteriorating macro conditions and the threat of a looming recession. Bain & Company said the PE investment market had its strongest six-year stretch in the industry's history with US$3.2 trillion in disclosed buyout deal value.
Read by 51% of LPs

reuters.com February 21, 2020

Wealth Management Firm Hightower Advisors' Owner Seeks To Cash Out: Sources

The private equity owner of HighTower Advisors is exploring ways to cash out of the largest registered investment adviser in the United States, including through a potential sale of the company, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.
Read by 59% of LPs