October 1, 2012
Interviewed by: David Snow
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Talent For Change

If the mantra in real estate is “location, location, location,” in private equity it’s “people, people, people.” Finding talented management is vital, but it’s extremely hard to get it right.

In the first of a groundbreaking series, industry veterans Robert Nolano of Halyard Capital; John Brittain of Tatum; and Lewis Raibley of Castle Harlan discuss the key traits of portfolio-company executives and share stories of deals where key execs had to be replaced. This series also includes an expert Q&A with James Dimitriou of Tatum. This program is sponsored by Tatum.

If the mantra in real estate is “location, location, location,” in private equity it’s “people, people, people.” Finding talented management is vital, but it’s extremely hard to get it right.

In the first of a groundbreaking series, industry veterans Robert Nolano of Halyard Capital; John Brittain of Tatum; and Lewis Raibley of Castle Harlan discuss the key traits of portfolio-company executives and share stories of deals where key execs had to be replaced. This series also includes an expert Q&A with James Dimitriou of Tatum. This program is sponsored by Tatum.

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