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.

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Skill vs. Luck in Private Equity Investors’ Hunt for Excess Returns

Dr. Peter Cornelius discusses new research finding that the performance of limited partners’ investment portfolios varies almost as much as the net returns of individual private equity funds. As a result, limited partners with superior selection skills have harvested substantially higher risk-adjusted private equity returns than the average public market equivalent would suggest, underscoring the importance of broad and deep due diligence.

Dr. Peter Cornelius discusses new research finding that the performance of limited partners’ investment portfolios varies almost as much as the net returns of individual private equity…

Dr. Peter Cornelius discusses new research finding that the performance of limited partners’ investment portfolios…

Georgette
Cracking the Code: Insights on the Current Cybersecurity Climate

Georgette Kiser, Carlyle’s Chief Information Officer, discusses the current cybersecurity climate. 

Georgette Kiser, Carlyle’s Chief Information Officer, discusses the current cybersecurity climate. 

Georgette Kiser, Carlyle’s Chief Information Officer, discusses the current cybersecurity climate. 

Bryan Corbett podcast
Harnessing the Power of One Carlyle to Create Value

Bryan Corbett, Managing Director and Head of the One Carlyle Global Investment Resource group, discusses the formation and role of the group within Carlyle.

Bryan Corbett, Managing Director and Head of the One Carlyle Global Investment Resource group, discusses the formation and role of the group within Carlyle.

Bryan Corbett, Managing Director and Head of the One Carlyle Global Investment Resource group, discusses the…

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Financial Services in the Post-Post-Crisis Environment

Schreiber and Thomas discuss how the U.S. presidential election effectively brought the post-crisis period to a close for the financial services industry. In the new era that follows, they say they expect profound shifts in the industry and the regulations that govern it, driven in part by technology and demographic trends as well as cyclical economic trends.

Schreiber and Thomas discuss how the U.S. presidential election effectively brought the post-crisis period to a close for the financial services industry. In the…

Schreiber and Thomas discuss how the U.S. presidential election effectively brought the post…

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