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21 June 2022 Rupert Bell, Director of DACH

Forget "Show me the money!" These days, if you want the best talent, you need to think "Show me the love!"

To win in the war for talent you need to be decisive, quick and unambiguous. The candidate needs to know you want them and to have a clear understanding of what makes your offer better than the others - and it’s unlikely that this will be just about money.

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27 September 2021 Gail McManus, Managing Director

PODCAST | Impact goes mainstream

What makes a Future 40: Impact Investment Fund? With Charlie Hunt & Rupert Bell

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12 July 2021 Rupert Bell, Director of DACH

The smart sell, by Rupert Bell, Director of DACH

Growing fund sizes and fast-paced deals mean private equity teams need to grow just to stand still. As demand continues to outstrip supply, working closely with your recruiter will help to sell your opportunities effectively

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10 May 2021 Rupert Bell, Director of DACH

Playing the Long Game, by Rupert Bell, Director of DACH

Diversity recruitment strategies that take a long-term view are likely to see benefits sooner than those chasing short-term gains

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22 December 2020 Rupert Bell, Director of DACH

Reflections on a Private Equity COVID Year, by Rupert Bell, Principal Consultant

The early guesses on how COVID might affect our industry were pretty dramatic but things have actually played out quite differently so far. Looking back at the first 3 quarters of COVID-19 in PE – what have we learned?

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21 May 2020 Rupert Bell, Director of DACH

Coronavirus update: The end of the beginning, by Rupert Bell, Principal Consultant

The panic phase of the crisis has been and gone for many private equity funds. It’s time now to plan for the dangers and opportunities that will arise in the medium term

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