Carlyle executives share their views and expertise on a range of investment, public policy and economic matters through podcasts, commentaries, policy papers, TV interviews, speeches and presentations.

Juan Carlos Felix
Three Questions: Insights from Carlyle in Under Five Minutes

Managing Director and Co-head of South America Buyout Juan Carlos Felix discusses the current investment culture in South America. 

Managing Director and Co-head of South America Buyout Juan Carlos Felix discusses the current investment culture in South America. 

Managing Director and Co-head of South America Buyout Juan Carlos Felix discusses the current investment culture in…

Marco DeBenedetti Podcast
Three Questions: Insights from Carlyle in Under Five Minutes

Managing Director and Co-head of Europe Buyout Marco De Benedetti discusses the current investment culture in Europe. 

Managing Director and Co-head of Europe Buyout Marco De Benedetti discusses the current investment culture in Europe. 

Managing Director and Co-head of Europe Buyout Marco De Benedetti discusses the current investment culture in Europe…

Genevieve Podcast
Three Questions: Insights from Carlyle Senior Executives

Genevieve Sangudi, Managing Director advising on buyout and growth opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa, discusses the current investment culture in Africa. 

Genevieve Sangudi, Managing Director advising on buyout and growth opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa, discusses the current investment culture in Africa. 

Genevieve Sangudi, Managing Director advising on buyout and growth opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa, discusses…

Economic Outlook
Economic Outlook
(Just Like) Starting Over

By sapping confidence and depressing bank capital levels, unconventional monetary policy may create costs that exceed its modest benefits. The September shift in Bank of Japan (BOJ) policy and ongoing concerns about European banks could pave the way for a broader rethink of the conduct of monetary policy. Policymakers may focus increasingly on the steepness of the term structure rather than the absolute level of longer-term interest rates.

By sapping confidence and depressing bank capital levels, unconventional monetary policy may create costs that exceed its modest benefits. The September shift in Bank of Japan (BOJ)…

By sapping confidence and depressing bank capital levels, unconventional monetary policy may create costs that…