THE NEW NORMAL

"Q4 to be pretty robust with deal flow, with some potential choppiness in and around the election": Q&A with Kris Ring, debt finance equity partner at Goodwin Procter

"Q4 to be pretty robust with deal flow, with some potential choppiness in and around the election": Q&A with Kris Ring, debt finance equity partner at Goodwin Procter

Kris Ring, debt finance equity partner at Goodwin Procter in Santa Monica, on the relationship between PE firms and direct lenders during the pandemic, the ways this downturn has been different to previous downturns, how the upcoming election will impact business in the US, and what a potentially contested election result could mean for market volatility.

PODCAST

In conversation with Emily Pollock, Alternatives Director at Schroders

In conversation with Emily Pollock, Alternatives Director at Schroders

Listen in to PEWire's podcast with Emily Pollock (pictured), alternatives director at Schroders, to find out how consumption patterns will change in the "new normal", as well as her view on the potential for “buy-and-build” strategies in Europe and why she believes European private equity is well positioned for some of the shifts in the current environment.

WOMEN IN VC

Women in VC Part III: Q&A with Itxaso del Palacio, partner at Notion vc

Women in VC Part III: Q&A with Itxaso del Palacio, partner at Notion vc

To mark Ada Lovelace Day, an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), PEWire is publishing a mini-series of three Q&A interviews with women working in venture capital. Third up is Itxaso del Palacio, Partner at London-based Notion vc, which invests in enterprise technology and B2B SaaS companies at Series A stage across Europe.

THE NEW NORMAL

"The current macro disruption is ongoing, and it’s not yet clear when it will end" – Q&A with Michael Kalb, co-founder and managing partner of Navaid Equity Partners

"The current macro disruption is ongoing, and it’s not yet clear when it will end" – Q&A with Michael Kalb, co-founder and managing partner of Navaid Equity Partners

Navaid Equity Partners was founded in Fort Lauderdale (pictured), Florida in July this year to invest in quality businesses in solid industries where there’s potential for growth in the underlying business, but where the business is facing some external type of disruption. The firm focuses on small to medium sized businesses with revenue up to USD 500 million in industries with strong fundamentals and future growth potential.