Would-be middle-market general partners are launching family office advisory services to meet the growing demand for direct investments.
Along with a growing number of family offices, DNS Capital invests directly in operating businesses. But in many ways, its approach is one of a kind.
The latest issue of the Middle Market Growth looks at new sources of capital for the middle market, including family offices.
Private equity firms are increasingly conducting sell-side due diligence to uncover details in two major areas that impact selling price: quality of earnings and taxes.
Despite high barriers to entry and the need for extensive due diligence, health care remains an attractive industry for private capital investors.
Insperity's senior vice president of marketing and business development discusses the concept of co-employment and how it can benefit private equity firms.
Yang discusses the role of value creation in private equity investment and the three key strategies used by fund managers.
Insight from Shelby Austin, managing partner of Omnia AI at Deloitte Canada, and Christine Ing, co-lead of McCarthy Tetrault's technology practice.
The Treasury Department has clarified key aspects of investing in OZs, including tax filing and timing, although some areas remain undefined.
RSM's chief economist discusses the impact of a tight labor market, trade tensions and monetary policy decisions.
Claudine Cohen, a principal in CohnReznick's Transactional Advisory Services practice, offers insight for families considering a direct investing strategy.
A partner at Trivest Partners, one of the first private equity firms to use R&W insurance, traces the growing use of these policies in the middle market.
Cheap credit helped fuel economic growth after the global financial crisis, but with interest rates set to rise in December, future growth is uncertain.
When considering a sale, it’s important for family businesses to remember that due diligence is a two-way street when it comes to culture fit.
While still rare, a dual leader model can benefit organizations that are looking for ways to maximize capacity at the top.
The OCC issued a warning of rising corporate debt levels, with one veteran lawmaker comparing current conditions to those before the 2008 subprime mortgage crisis.
The IRS proposed a change to last year's tax reform legislation that would limit deductions businesses can make on interest expenses.
ACG New York’s Middle Market Week ends with a discussion of the U.S. midterm elections and their impact on legislative and regulatory activity.
ACG members met with SEC Chairman Jay Clayton, the Fed's vice chairman for supervision testified before Congress, and the Fed announced forthcoming reports.