PEN’s biggest interviews of 2022
- Private Equity
- December 28, 2022
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It was a busy year for private equity bosses facing geopolitical uncertainty and tightening debt markets. Here is a reminder of how six senior figures from the buyout industry navigated the choppy waters during 2022.
Sunaina Sinha Haldea: ‘I had to hear my share of inappropriate comments along the way‘
The Cebile Capital founder and rising star of sell-side private equity is an entrepreneur, meditater and even a certified wine sommelier. She explained why setting up a private equity business is ‘not for the faint hearted’
Citi’s Anthony Diamandakis: “This is a totally unique period for private equity”
Despite the big sell-offs in equities and debt markets in the first half of 2022, the chief of Citi’s alternatives business, Anthony Diamandakis, told us that the future remains bright for private equity and investment bank
Bill Browder says Western sanctions on Russia are ‘still not enough’
Once the largest foreign portfolio investor in Russia, Vladimir Putin’s nemesis Bill Browder shared his journey to ‘quiet’ private equity investor and human rights activist
Wol Kolade: “Everyone is looking at Russia, Ukraine and the US. I am looking at China and Taiwan”
Wol Kolade, managing partner of Livingbridge, revealed his fears that the Ukraine crisis could escalate, why he believes in public service, his best and worst investments and why the PE industry needs to do more on diversity.
Meet the mid-market master: Inflexion’s Simon Turner on the deal outlook and ‘going hard’ on exits
Inflexion’s co-founder and ‘doyen’ of the mid-market talks deal outlook, Ukraine and why his firm is content to stay private.
My first deal: Advent’s Shweta Jalan
In a new monthly series talking to senior PE figures about their early careers, Advent International’s Shweta Jalan talks about her first ever buyout deal.
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