Burgiss in the News
Luis Garcia of the Wall Street Journal provides his take on how data on 70,000+ investments in companies backed by private-equity firms becoming available to researchers, through Burgiss and the Private Equity Research Consortium, will affect the ongoing Private Equity political debate.
PEI’s Carmela Mendoza writes about benchmarking trends based on our recent LP Best Practices webinar. She states that investors may need to rethink where they set their priority returns …
Luis Garcia of the Wall Street Journal provides his take on the recent study “Distorting Private Equity Performance: The Rise of Fund Debt” (written by James Albertus and Matthew Denes of Carnegie Mellon) which uses Burigss data to determine how SLCs distort traditional performance metrics.
In this video and on his blog, Gregory Brown of the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise and of the Institute for Private Capital uses Burgiss Data to discuss the findings of a recent white paper…
Using data provided by Burgiss and others, McKinsey released their annual review of private investing dynamics and performance for 2018.
Larry Swedroe, a principal and director of research for Buckingham Strategic Wealth, highlights the research using Burgiss data.
Michael Cembalest devotes part of his newsletter to private equity performance and cites work by our friends at the Private Equity Research Consortium.
Leslie Kramer highlights the use of the Leveraged Loan Index in private capital research, “Performance of Private Credit Funds: A First Look” published by the Institute for Private Capital. Authors Shawn Munday of UNC Flagler, Wendy Hu of Burgiss, and Tobias True and Jian Zhang of Adams Street Partners.
From Seeking Alpha: Another highlight of the Private Credit study.
Controversial and widely disputed conclusions by Said professor Ludovic Phalippou.