Private Equity Findings

Private equity research worldwide

Private Equity Findings

Issue 15 2019

 

Featured article: MANAGING TO PERFECTION?

Do PE’s management interventions improve portfolio company performance?

RIDING THE CYCLE

Are GPs able to time the markets?

SPRAY AND PRAY?

How VC investment strategies have evolved

WHAT PRICE RETURNS?

Is PE investment at odds with positive social outcomes?

STRONG AND STABLE?

Why team turnover may actually boost returns

Private Equity Findings

Rune Munk shares research findings from Coller's latest Private Equity Findings magazine, speaking about whether private equity management interventions can improve company performance.
Featured article

Managing to perfection

The private equity model is predicated on backing sound management teams to make improvements at portfolio companies. But how much difference do changes to management practices actually make to the performance of portfolio companies? And can strong practices be replicated across buy-and-builds? Two new research papers look at these issues.

Chaired by Amy Carroll

Research & comment from

London Business School

MIT Sloan School of Management

Northeastern University

NYU Stern School of Business

Stanford University

The World Bank

University of British Columbia

University of California

University of Oxford

University of St.Gallen

University of Tennessee

 

Editors

Professor Josh Lerner

Head of Entrepreneurship Department, Harvard Business School

Jeremy Coller

Chief Investment Officer, Coller Capital

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