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Creating a culture where women feel valued is key to improving gender diversity in secondaries, says Akin Gump’s Mary Lavelle.
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The Northern Europe-focused firm invests in tech-enabled businesses and has evidenced ESG as a strategic priority with recent hires.
The digital publication will provide insight into the burgeoning sectors of ESG and impact investing in private markets.
Angela Wood has taken over the role of CFO from Denise Galvin, who will stay on as a senior advisor.
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Professionals from some of the industry's biggest firms have founded a group to promote, retain and elevate women.
Investing in businesses at one remove means secondaries firms need a different dynamic if they are to innovate on environmental, social and governance issues.
Recycling business Ecore International is the focus of what has been described as 'a hybrid of a single-asset recap and an independent sponsor transaction'.
Caroline Gibert's team aims to have women account for 40% of Flexstone's investment team by 2030 and for the business to be carbon neutral by 2050.
Can private equity be a force for good? Key leaders, including Verdun Perry, global head of Strategic Partners, discuss how to transform an industry and leverage its economic and social power to drive change.
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The Women in Secondaries network seeks to empower, promote and support women working in the industry.

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