2021 has seen an unprecedented tide of deal-making and private equity is leading the way. With this increased activity and tougher regulations how can private equity firms ensure they avoid costly consequences?

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2021 has seen an unprecedented tide of deal-making, with private equity leading the way. Analysts have predicted that, for the first time, global buyout deal value will surpass US$ 1 trillion in 2021 – the previous record was US$ 804 billion (2006), before the global financial crisis.

Sarah Keeling, Jack Martin and Alexander Moss delve into the challenges of achieving an adequate return on  investment in a constantly evolving regulatory landscape.

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About the Authors

Sarah Keeling

Sarah Keeling

Sarah Keeling, a Partner with StoneTurn, is a former senior British government official with more than 20 years of experience in national security and intelligence matters in the U.K. and […]

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Jack Martin

Jack Martin, an Executive with StoneTurn, specialises in business intelligence and investigations. He focuses on litigation support, asset tracing and recovery, strategic and cross-border investigations, investigative and pre-transactional due diligence. […]

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Alexander Moss

Alexander Moss, a Senior Manager with StoneTurn, has more than a decade of experience in investigations, government advisory, internal audit and tax engagements. He has managed teams on several high-profile […]

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