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Brookfield agrees to buy 62% of Oaktree

The deal will allow Oaktree to operate independently, though Brookfield intends to build up its stake.
William McGlashan, TPG

McGlashan allegations: what they mean for impact investing

The leader of TPG’s The Rise Fund, the most prominent impact investor in the industry, has been charged over his alleged role in a college admissions bribery and money laundering scam. The fallout could be significant.

Gulf Capital hires Sharaf for private debt arm

The senior hire brings significant leveraged finance experience to the company’s Gulf Credit Partners arm.

GSO and Owl Rock expand regional origination efforts with office openings

The two firms look to increase their presence in California, and GSO is also putting roots down in Toronto.

Gender diversity: ‘A complex business issue’, not an ‘aspirational target’

More action is needed to retain and promote women and to put them in the C-suite and cadre of decision makers. PDI sought out disparate viewpoints in the industry on how to make it happen, and here’s what we found.

Private debt plays it safe

European private credit managers are not excessive risk takers according to new research.

Martin to leave co-CEO role at Antares, leaving Brackett as sole chief

John Martin will leave David Brackett’s side after 35 years in business together. Another founding partner had exited the business in November.

Track record hinges on underwriting

As the cycle has worn on, memories of the global financial crisis have faded – and so have credit agreement standards. Andrew Hedlund reports

Kartesia hires Mirante to head up DACH credit opps

The appointment will bolster the firm’s origination capability in German-speaking Europe.

ESO’s real estate team hires asset management head

The London-based fund manager has brought in Zena Namih from private equity advisory firm Spring11 Advisory Services.

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