MMG asked women in the investment and financial services industries about how relationships helped them advance in their careers, and what they’re doing to pay it forward.
With its savvy M&A strategy, inclusive approach to hiring and longstanding client relationships, Argenbright Holdings is on track to hit $1 billion in revenue this year.
The latest issue of MMG looks at how businesses are rethinking hiring practices, developing mentorship programs and revisiting their marketing strategies.
After getting involved with private equity 12 years ago, RKON Technologies has developed a specialized IT consultancy fluent in both technology and business.
Patrick Begley, director of transaction services at TMF Group, offers suggestions for how to plan for an international expansion.
Patrick Begley, director of transaction services at TMF Group, describes common themes he's observed while working on global expansion engagements.
Colin Zarbough, cybersecurity due diligence director for RSM US, explained why more and more companies are conducting cyber due diligence.
The latest episode of the podcast, taped at ACG Denver's annual conference, features Karla Nugent of Weifield Group and Stuart Smith of Buehler Companies.
Cloud-enabled technologies and workplace diversity can help firms increase the short-term and long-term value of their holdings, SAP North America General Manager of Mid-Market Business Greg Petraetis told MMG.
The national director of the Minority Business Development Agency spoke with MMG about the challenges faced by minority-owned businesses and new initiatives underway at MBDA.
On the podcast, The Honest Co.'s Christopher Gavigan discusses running a wellness-focused brand and his latest venture, Prima, a CBD-focused startup.
The trade war is impacting American tech companies' supplier relationships, regulation of Chinese investment, digital currency development and more.
At a time when millennials are advancing in the corporate world, some ACG chapters have recognized the untapped potential of their young members and are recruiting them for leadership positions.
In April, the Department of the Treasury released the second round of regulations related to the opportunity zone program. Here are five highlights.
CTPF remains a leader among pension funds that support diverse managers, beating out larger systems.
The OCC and the FDIC approved an interagency overhaul of the law that governs the relationships banks can have with private equity firms.
The DOL delivered a new rule to the White House, lawmakers proposed new regulations for franchisers, and leadership shakeups risk stalling new regulations.
The Federal Reserve's policymaking body agreed Wednesday to lower interest rates for the first time since the financial crisis amid rising global risks.
Democrats take aim at private equity, President Donald Trump announces his pick for DOL secretary, and Congress looks forward to its summer recess.