20 March 2013 by Tim Gocher
The usual government anti-corruption toolbox in developing nations contains think tanks, policy reviews and anti-corruption commissions. These are necessary but rather blunt instruments. In bringing t...Read More
28 June 2012 by Avneet S. Kochar
A ratio is a succinct quantitative gauge of measuring a relationship between two variables. The world of public equities has ratios like Sharpe, Sortino and Treynor, which provide an investor with a q...Read More
08 June 2012 by Tim Gocher
When the Dolma Development Fund was founded in 2003 to invest in sustainable businesses in Nepal and Ethiopia, we first attempted to raise a commercial fund. However, due to political instability, civ...Read More
01 May 2012 by Ann Iveson
Since the start of the year and no doubt prompted by all the additional exposure heaped on the industry from Mitt Romney's presidential campaign, I have been toying with the idea of ...Read More
08 March 2012 by Ann Iveson
Have I missed something or has the latest report produced by BVCA and Ernst & Young on the disclosure of performance KPIs per the Walker Guidelines received little to no commentary in the...Read More
07 November 2011 by Ann Iveson
Masters and PhD Prize Winners 2011 announced at Annual Coller Prize Evening Tim Parker's learnings from an impressive career Now in its 6th year, last Wednesday was the Annual Coller Prize ...Read More
31 October 2011 by Ann Iveson
Can you really be taught Private Equity or is it, as Oscar Wilde might have suggested, something you have to experience firsthand? Is a Business School able to manage the gap between...Read More
10 October 2011 by Tim Gocher
Can public equity markets provide the step-change needed in capital supply to the Social Impact sector? I’ll never forget sitting in an LBS classroom ten years ago when a visiting KKR executive (w...Read More
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