202 episodes

The Privcap Podcast features in-depth conversations with experts from across private equity and institutional real estate investing. We cover everything from fundraising and performance, sector specific strategies, and portfolio operations to investor relations, general partnership management and compliance and regulations. The privcap.com website features our podcasts and thousands of video interviews, articles and reports featuring firms like KKR, TPG Capital, The Carlyle Group, Blackstone and leading middle-market private equity funds, as well as the largest institutional investors such as CalPERS, NY Common Retirement System and the Harvard endowment.

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The Privcap Podcast features in-depth conversations with experts from across private equity and institutional real estate investing. We cover everything from fundraising and performance, sector specific strategies, and portfolio operations to investor relations, general partnership management and compliance and regulations. The privcap.com website features our podcasts and thousands of video interviews, articles and reports featuring firms like KKR, TPG Capital, The Carlyle Group, Blackstone and leading middle-market private equity funds, as well as the largest institutional investors such as CalPERS, NY Common Retirement System and the Harvard endowment.

    Investing for Impact: Affordable Housing

    Investing for Impact: Affordable Housing

    PGIM Real Estate on the opportunity to invest well – and do good – at the same time

    • 23 min
    On Demand Webinar: PE Value-Add Through Cybersecurity

    On Demand Webinar: PE Value-Add Through Cybersecurity

    An expert conversation about how GPs can protect and add value via data security







    As more than a few private equity investors have learned, missing cybersecurity weaknesses in portfolio companies can lead to catastrophic losses. But just as importantly, making improvements to a company’s cybersecurity infrastructure can position it for a more lucrative exit. 







    This in-depth conversation features two cybersecurity experts who have years of experience helping private equity sponsors navigate the complexities of data security. You will learn:







    * The significant potential costs of failing to invest in adequate cybersecurity due diligence * Red flags to look out for * How potential buyers value upgraded cybersecurity infrastructure* Evaluating and improving cybersecurity as a form of value-add* Cautionary tales and success stories from the front lines

    • 46 min
    Webinar: How ESG Improves Portfolio Companies

    Webinar: How ESG Improves Portfolio Companies

    An in-depth discussion with veterans of private equity environmental, social and governance (ESG) value-add, including professionals from TPG, First Reserve and RSM.

    • 45 min
    Retail Real Estate: Why I’m Pulling Out

    Retail Real Estate: Why I’m Pulling Out

    A major investor in US retail property, real estate investment firm Taurus, is selling its portfolio and ceasing new investments. Co-founder of Taurus, Peter Merrigan, spoke with Privcap about lack of demand for many malls, the Amazon effect, the rise of logistics properties, and why he’s still bullish about malls in emerging markets.

    • 12 min
    Private Equity: What’s in it for the Doctors?

    Private Equity: What’s in it for the Doctors?

    Private equity firms increasingly are investing in healthcare businesses, many of them physician practices – with doctors at the core of operations. How should doctors assess the economics of such deals? What will be the impact on care? What questions should they ask of financial partners who propose to invest in or acquire these practices? Two long-time healthcare market experts weigh in. Please download the RSM healthcare M&A e-book here.

    • 15 min
    Disrupted Healthcare: Is Your Business a Netflix or a Blockbuster?

    Disrupted Healthcare: Is Your Business a Netflix or a Blockbuster?

    Two healthcare business experts from RSM discuss important disruption trends that will leave many legacy companies in the same position that Blockbuster’s video-rental business found itself as Netflix grew in popularity. Patients increasingly expect the same types of experiences in healthcare that they receive in consumer businesses. Please download the RSM healthcare M&A e-book here

    • 14 min

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