When evaluating potential investments, private equity firms and managers have plenty to discuss about capital efficiency. However, it’s less often that they ask their internal teams to report on the ratio of outputs generated over capital expended. Read on to learn more about framing your own company’s capital efficiency.
With private equity soaring to new heights in 2018, the competition continues to grow fierce. Firms are providing easier access to better data, playing up increased transparency, and promoting higher security to differentiate. But we’ve come to a point where these “advantages” are now considered industry standards.
The need for scalability, transparency, security, organization and optimizing business processes in order to save time, resources and money is increasing. How can firms overcome these challenges to get ahead of the competition?
Whether it’s a relatively new company like Facebook or one that’s been around since the ‘50s like McDonald’s, going public has historically been the end goal for most businesses. Today, while the number of initial public offerings (IPOs) continues to rise steadily, the data shows…
Compared to measuring public market investments, benchmarks for private equity funds are a whole a different ball of wax. As a relatively new asset class with irregular cash flows, private equity requires a different way of thinking than other asset classes.
Service — this is where best-in-class firms truly differentiate themselves from the competition. Instead of creating a more tactical management style, these savvy firms strategically position themselves to become less about “doing things right” and more about choosing the “right things to do” for their investors.