Together with international asset chaser Martin Kenney, New York-based hedge fund Platinum Partners is planning to invest in the recovery of Brazilian fraud claims, a report from the Financial Times said.
A report said the dearth of women in the leadership ranks of the private equity industry can be solved in the natural evolution of the private equity business model.
Austin-based real estate investment firm World Class Capital Group announced today that it has acquired San Antonio shopping center Culebra Crossing for an undisclosed sum.
Illinois-based sterilization services provider Sterigenics International LLC signed a definitive agreement to acquire Florida-based firm Food Technology Service Inc in a deal priced at USD7.23 per share.
Critics of the new rules requiring short-sellers to report their positions said the European Union's requirements had not made the hedge fund industry more competitive.
Livingstone has sold Illinois-based shopping center security solutions provider IPC International Corp to Universal Protection Service LLC for USD24 million in cash following a bankruptcy auction.
International law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher said private equity lawyer Kirk A. Radke will be joining their Private Equity Practice Group. Radke is known as one of the top private equity attorneys in the country.
International law company Eversheds expands in Africa through partnerships with Mahons Attorneys in South Africa and El Heni in Tunisia. Both firms will be rebranded as Eversheds.
A report from Cushman & Wakefield revealed that the private equity industry is still optimistic on the Indian real estate market, with private equity deals in the sector increasing 26% in the first nine months of this year.
General Motors Corporation LLC is looking to put up for sale the last of its holdings in Ally Financial Inc. via a private placement. Ally, GM's financing arm, is reportedly eyeing an initial public offering.
In a 254-159 vote, the US House of Representatives passed a legislation exempting private equity firms from provisions in the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Law. However, a similar action is not expected from the Democrat-dominated US Senate.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported on tuesday including Adcock Ingram, Energa, Nordea Bank, Alitalia, Ben Venue, TIM Participacoes, Douglas, Mercator, Novartis, OncoMed, Kerning and Malaysia Airports
A federal judge's ruling Tuesday that Detroit is eligible for bankruptcy protection offers municipal bond investors a dose of clarity that could be welcome news at the end of a rough year for the U.S. muni debt market.
Friends and family of startups were found to be its biggest supporters, shelling out USD23,000 in a business on average, totaling USD60 billion in fresh capital annually, based from data collected by online crowdfunding platform Fundable.
An economics expert told Minnesota Public Radio News that the Blackstone Group's strategy to acquire private homes across the US was strategic as the latter was able to dominate and capitalize opportunities in a new market segment.