Rick Noble has had a long career running technology companies big and small. He talks to Jim about his path to PE-backed CEO, his days on the Canadian Ski Patrol and gets in a few pop culture references himself.
Jim talks with ParkerGale's latest addition to our Operating team, Jimmy Holloran. Jimmy's path from selling phones to teaching math, to consulting to private equity is interesting and informative.
Jim sits down with CultureIQ Founder and CEO Greg Besner to talk about his experience working for a PE-backed company.
Understanding what private equity’s most common deal document actually means.
A far-reaching conversation with Brent Beshore, CEO of adventur.es, a buyout shop based in Columbia, Missouri. Brent recently released his book "The Messy Marketplace", the ultimate "how to" book for selling a business in the world of imperfect buyers.
ParkerGale, LLC announced today the close of its second buyout fund. Exceeding its original target of $300 million, the fund closed at the hard cap of $375 million in Limited Partner commitments.
The first episode in a five-episode arc discussing ParkerGale's four operating pillars: Systems, Talent, Growth and Product.
It's the "how did we get into private equity" episode. So hop into the wayback machine with Devin and Jim and find out how we got from Albany, New York and Brockton, Massachusetts all the way to private equity in Chicago.
Talking with Drake Paulson and Graeme Faulds from eVestment, a Nasdaq company, about the results of their 2018 Private Markets Due Diligence Survey.
We're back with Jay Bartlett from EY-Parthenon talking about scoping due diligence processes for private equity deals with special guest, Joe Repp.