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14 January 2019 Debbie Eidelman, Senior Consultant

What to do if #MeToo becomes #PEToo

CM Murray Partners Samantha Mangwana and Zulon Begum explore how to be prepared for claims of sexual harassment with an audience of private equity professionals

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10 January 2019 Gail McManus, Managing Director

Are you ready for Brexit’s challenges and opportunities?

Two thirds of EU nationals we surveyed are planning to leave the UK, with 90% citing Brexit as the main reason. What can UK firms do to prepare and how can continental European firms benefit?

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30 August 2018 Sharon Chammah, Head of Research

Now's the time to consider recruitment & retention

Being aware of seasonal trends in private equity could help you catch the best candidates and hold on to your teams

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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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29 November 2016 John Cockburn, Consultant

30 senior private equity professionals debated the issues around promoting and retaining females at PER's breakfast briefing

PER was delighted to welcome 30 senior Private Equity professionals to their breakfast seminar to discuss the important topic of “Retaining and Promoting Females in Private Equity”. Managing director of PER, Gail McManus, introduced the guest speaker – Jeryl Andrew – the new CEO of Level 20. Jeryl has been an investor with Abingworth, Vencap and Advent Ventures and so knows first-hand the difficulties that women face in reaching senior positions within funds.

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20 October 2016 Rupert Bell, Director of DACH

Senior hires are a tricky business

Senior hiring for private equity firms is a tricky business. There is arguably far more downside than upside, from disrupting the existing culture, and demotivating mid-level and junior colleagues, to the financial and PR costs of breaking a contract if the integration doesn’t work.

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