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16 March 2018 Hafsah Bhatti, Research Consultant

Unconscious Biases - We All Have Them

PER enjoyed breakfast with more than 30 private equity hiring managers and HR professionals, where Luise Usiskin spoke about Unconscious Bias and how they can affect our behaviors and decisions.

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28 February 2018 Daniela Braemisch, Head of Frankfurt

Highlights from PER’s first Women’s Private Equity Dialogue, January 2018

The event was created to give successful female professionals the opportunity to network with others like themselves, and exchange experiences, including discussing the positive and negative aspects of a private equity career as a woman.

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26 January 2018 Written by Hannah Langworth, Real Deals

Over 80% of EU citizens in UK private equity want to leave post-Brexit vote

Written by Hannah Langworth of Real Deals: Data provided from PER's January 2018 Brexit Relocation Study

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16 October 2017 Sharon Chammah, Head of Research

IB or not to IB?

Sharon Chammah, Head of Research at PER discusses career stability in investment banks post-Brexit and how it would ultimately impact careers in private equity

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18 July 2017 Rupert Bell, Director of DACH

So, you've made a fortune; what next? In July's Family Office Magazine

Making a family fortune is very different from managing it. The traits which build entrepreneurial wealth first time round, including personal drive, self confidence and very narrow focus may not be so useful in guiding a more strategic wealth management programme

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18 April 2017 Rupert Bell, Director of DACH

Family offices and the changing world of private equity in April's Family Office Magazine

Private equity has been a well-established part of most asset allocations for decades. As investments are at the upper end of the risk spectrum, it is usually, therefore, a relatively modest proportion of total assets for most families.

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