Who Benefits?

Who benefits from private equity? It is the investors—the pensioners in a public or private pension fund, or the foundation that relies on high returns to continue operations. It is the companies that are made stronger, more valuable or more able to compete. And it is the 11.3 million Americans who are employed by a U.S.-based company backed by private equity.

Who Benefits?

Who benefits from private equity? It is the investors—the pensioners in a public or private pension fund, or the foundation that relies on high returns …

Private Equity Minute

Private Equity Minute is a six-part video series featuring Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business Professor Colin Blaydon. The series is a primer on the …

Carried Interest

Carried interest is taxed at the capital gains rate because it is a profits interest on a long-term capital asset. This tax policy encourages the …

Guidelines for Responsible Investing

The American Investment Council membership has adopted a set of comprehensive responsible investment guidelines that they apply prior to investing in companies and during their period of …

Private Equity: Top States & Districts

The analysis ranks the top 20 states and congressional districts by investment value and number of investments and found that private equity firms invested $626 billion in U.S.-based companies last year.

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