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Kenneth Moelis has a unique talent for translating his 25-year career on Wall Street into the kind of information that financial specialists from the Street and beyond need the most. In this keynote podcast, Moelis puts the current Wall Street climate in clear perspective, from explaining how he sees the terrain post-Bear Stearns to the [...]
“None of us smart enough to call the bottom in financials or any other industry,” says Gary W. Parr, vice chairman at independent investment bank Lazard. Noting the value to investors of structuring deals for a few years of protection before converting to common, Parr says he’s seen funds change their practices to keep up [...]
When times get tough, investors need to answer a few key questions: which industries are most attractive for investment? What deal structures are investors choosing? Where are sellers’ expectations? In this podcast, although there was some consensus around the prediction that deal flow in the U.S. will drop below the impressive levels it has achieved in [...]
Whether you call it a credit crunch or a credit squeeze, there’s evidence to be found that the chilled climate for deals has spread from the realm of the mega-deal into the middle market. To discuss the new economic realities in deal-making, The Deal convened a panel, “Deals in the Middle Market: How …
The private capital markets are in an intriguing position. The economy is sluggish after last year’s sub-prime mess and major buyout firms have not seen a lot of action. That was expected. But the middle markets have only dropped off slightly. In this podcast John Morris, assistant managing editor at The Deal, speaks with PodTech’s [...]
Deals in health care M&A have soared over the past two years, continuing to attract capital and drive activity in the sector. Industry insiders are monitoring the current pace of health care M&A deals and developing an outlook for 2008. In this podcast, Ken Hitchner, partner, global head of healthcare investment banking, Goldman Sachs; John [...]
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Kenneth Moelis has a unique talent for translating his 25-year career on Wall Street into the kind of information that financial specialists from the Street and beyond need the most. In this keynote podcast, Moelis puts the current Wall Street climate in clear perspective, from explaining how he sees the terrain post-Bear Stearns to the unrivaled value of experience.
Moelis is the chief executive officer of Moelis & Company and formerly the president of UBS Investment Bank, among other things. In addition to his keynote at The Deal’s Private Equity Symposium, he spoke with Jason Lopez for this podcast.
The Deal’s Private Capital Symposium brought together private equity professionals, angel investors, buyout and venture investors, corporate acquisition professionals, M&A advisors and professional services providers. The event took place in New York’s Essex House, on May 14, 2008.
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