These are unprecedented times for the investment banking industry. Profits and cash flows are historically high, interest rates are perennially low, and the industry is undergoing substantial transformation both across and within firms.
The private equity industry has progressed by leaps and bounds from the “good old days” of twenty or even just ten years ago. More assets are being managed, more firms are experimenting with new strategies, and models for diligence and operations have become more and more sophisticated.
Edgar Mendoza, Angel investor and CDW Executive Account Manager, discusses mutually beneficial relationships between the two roles – and his thoughts on investing, diversity, and diligence.
This guide presents an overview of the due diligence process for venture capital investments. Due diligence allows venture capitalists to separate the good investments from the
This post marks the beginning of a series of articles helping junior professionals learn how to build professional relationships. The material in these 10 articles is adapted from a course offered by 4Degrees teaching new entrants into the technology field how to build their professional connections and get ahead in their career.
We recently had a conversation with Adam Demuyakor, Co-Founder & Managing Partner at Wilshire Lane Partners, exploring his journey to where he is today, the importance of his professional relationships, and the future of diversity in venture capital.
We recently had a conversation with Shan Aggarwal, Head of Corporate Development at Coinbase, exploring his journey to where he is today, the importance of his professional relationships, and the future of M&A.
This post was written by intern Olivia Shi. “I read somewhere that everybody on this planet is separated by only six other people. Six degrees