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2020 set a new high in annual PE software deal value. Together with PitchBook, we give you the focused insights to take advantage of the trends.
Private company boards should bring the backgrounds and insights to understand risks and opportunities and drive the business forward.
Collaboration and technology result in genuine progress, said former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley.
When addressing the new expectations of your workforce, speed is a key factor. What will help even more is using a holistic approach to create a winning strategy.
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Our audits ensure confidence in our client’s financial information.
Whether you are looking to improve the performance of your tax functions or streamline and automate your data collection, we understand your challenges.
Executives are advised to pay special attention to emerging trends that will shape how boards and investors talk about ESG in 2021.
To stay ahead, you need a dynamic infrastructure that drives value from the core of your digital transformation strategy.
This isn’t the tech you know. This is alyx™ – our streamlined concierge-enabled platform that connects real problems with the right resources and real solutions.
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COVID-19 has caused PE firms to adjust their valuation practices – postponing valuations to avoid reset triggers, exploring new approaches to valuations or diversifying existing ones.
Watchwords come down to “be prepared,” with increased scrutiny, new regs and tougher enforcement.
We examine President Biden’s energy policy priorities which, if enacted, could form the basis of a first-ever national strategic energy policy.
Use COVID-19’s lessons to strengthen your organization’s long-term health.
Talent retention is important even in the hospitality and restaurant industries where turnover is at an all-time high.
The insurance industry can profit from an unprecedented opportunity for growth through employing an ecosystem strategy.
Address the “people side” of tech change; see 3 fundamentals of enablement.
Optimism is growing for manufacturing M&A. Find out how to prepare, so that you can take advantage of the right situations while the market is hot.
Enthusiasm about these investments should be tempered with proper financial and tax structuring and preparation.
Experience-based insights, approaches and solutions to help navigate today’s complex landscape.
Drivers, key risks and opportunities from our leaders and Nareit’s senior v.p. of research and economic analysis
Retail management should consider holistic approaches and practices when transforming operating models.
Professional services firms need new strategies for long-term hybrid work. Learn why.
Mid-market tech companies must strengthen their supply chains for continued changes ahead. Read our paper on four moves they should make.
The COVID-19 is having a huge impact on the global economy, with manufacturers and the travel industry bearing the initial brunt as the impact expands.
I’m empowered for work and the Reserve.
How we work matters as much as what we do.
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