BluWave works with over 500 private equity funds from around the globe, connecting them with pre-vetted, best-in-class, interim executives and small groups across a variety of resource and functional areas. From information technology and manufacturing to healthcare and consumer goods, our clients are paving the way for “Industry 4.0.” In other words, they have their heads in the game and their hands on the pulse of news you can use.
Check out the latest, curated collection of reports, insights, and musings from a handful of our PE funds…
In this podcast episode from ParkerGale’s “Private Equity Funcast,” Partner Jim Milbury is joined by Ted Bililies, Managing Partner at AlixPartners, to share the results of the Sixth Annual Private Equity Leadership Survey. The pair discuss value creation, human capital, due diligence, and leadership in the wake of a tumultuous year.
“Change and complexity can provide for significant opportunities for leading software vendors.” In this deep dive case study, TCV examines how AxiomSL, a leading provider of cloud-enabled software for governance, risk, and compliance regulatory reporting solutions to the financial services industry, found growth in the global financial crisis. Their secret? Adapt quickly and focus on talent strategy.
“While you might think you’ve picked a great time to launch your fundraising, it’s not so easy to sync up your timing with prospective LPs’ forward calendars.” In this deeply retrospective blog post, partners at Parker Gale revisit their lessons learned from their experience raising their first fund. Plus, they share insight into the landing and maintaining relationships with Limited Partners.
This one is a throwback! This time last year, MiddleGround Capital published their manufacturing-focused webinar to help companies understand how PE can help support infrastructure. In the video, MiddleGround partners John Stewart and Scot Duncan are joined by Thomas and Industrial Exchange to discuss what private equity is and how it can work with manufacturing companies and we press on through the coronavirus pandemic.
You can also find last month’s roundup here.