European tour

The team hits the road, taking in trips to IPEM and SuperReturn to catch up on all the hottest topics in European private equity. Kenny Wastell hosts Oscar Geen, Greg Gille and special guest Michael Collins, CEO of Invest Europe.

Crypto craze

The Unquote team decodes the intricacies of securitised token offerings and explores what role they might play in the future of venture capital. Kenny Wastell hosts Oscar Geen, Denise Ko Genovese, Gareth Morgan and special guest Ryan Hanley, managing director at token investment platform TokenMarket.

Dual speed ahead

The pod navigates the bifurcation in private equity fundraising, with large-cap and brand-name GPs raising faster than smaller and less established players. Oscar Geen hosts Kenny Wastell, Gareth Morgan and special guest Karl Adam, managing director at placement agent Monument Group.

Minority report

The Unquote Precogs envision private equity's future of non-controlling stakes. Kenny Wastell hosts Oscar Geen, Julian Longhurst and special guest Johnny Colville, managing director in the financial sponsors group at Houlihan Lokey.

High-water marks and PE larks

Kenny Wastell hosts Oscar Geen, Gareth Morgan, Julian Longhurst, Francesca Veronesi and Chris Papadopoullos for the second instalment of the Unquote podcast 2018 roundup. The panel discusses the upcoming Annual Buyout Review, the Nordic region's record year, and sums up activity in the DACH, Benelux and CEE regions.

From Brexit fears to France and Italy's record years

Oscar Geen hosts Greg Gille, Kenny Wastell, Francesca Veronesi and Alessia Argentieri for the first of an introductory two-part special. With political upheaval and contrasting trends on the menu, the team discusses 2018's hot topics across European private equity starting with general key takeaways before focusing on the UK, France and southern Europe

 
Italy

Private equity look for internationalisation plays in Italy

Dimitri Christopher, Partner at PwC in Italy, talks to Amedeo Goria, Southern Europe Reporter at Unquote. In the interview, Christopher sees private equity favouring businesses with good track records, strong cashflows and solid management teams. He also expects that businesses with attractive prospects for internationalisation will drive dealflow going forward as funds look to limit exposure to domestic economy.

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