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Isobel Markham

Isobel Markham is Editor of Private Equity International, overseeing the editorial content of the monthly magazine and contributing news and analysis for PrivateEquityInternational.com. Based in New York, Isobel works closely with private equity-focused colleagues across PEI Media’s offices in New York, London and Hong Kong. She is a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

The state of regulation – timeline

The constraints prompted by the global financial crisis could be on the chopping block. In Part II of this regulation special, pfm examines whether a rollback is likely, and what it would mean for the industry.

Regulation retrospective: 10 years after the financial crisis

The constraints prompted by the global financial crisis could be on the chopping block. In Part I of this regulation special, pfm analyzes the changes since the crash.

In conversation with Apollo’s Martin Kelly

Apollo Global Management’s CFO took us behind the scenes at the firm that raised the largest-ever private equity fund 

The people business

With CFOs identifying talent attrition as one of the biggest risks facing their firms today, investing in human capital management is a no-brainer.

CFOs & COOs Forum: Treat your management company as you would a portfolio company

GP CFOs need to deliver at least what they’re expecting from their counterparts at portfolio companies, delegates stressed  

The valuation revolution

The next 12 months are set to transform the valuations landscape for alternative investment funds.

Emerging markets hires must be all-rounders

Quantity, rather than quality, is the challenge when recruiting buyout talent in emerging markets.

Subscription credit lines: what we’ve learnt

Over the last six months, our fund finance focus section has covered credit facilities in private equity funds and beyond. We round up the key takeaways.

The valuation revolution

The next 12 months are set to transform the valuations landscape for alternative investment funds.

Bain keeps two investor class structure for Fund XII

Class A and B investors will pay different fees and carry, according to fund documents seen by pfm.