Bridging the Talent Gap in Private Equity

Private Equities (as well as asset managers) are finding it difficult to achieve optimal deployments of human resources vis-à-vis the evolving work patterns. Each manager looking for ways to achieve this feat today and is also seeking the correct strategy to follow for tomorrow. This paper explores how PE firms can gain a talent edge by reformulating their human resource strategies in line with the forces shaping the future and thus align investment steps more efficiently for better returns.

Key Takeaways

• Types of staffing challenges faced by asset managers .
• Projected modification in work pie.
• Strategies for HR productivity and optimizing wages bill.

Ambarish Srivastava

Ambarish Srivastava

Associate Director, Private Markets

Ambarish has about 17 years of experience in business research, analysis and consulting. He is engaged in leading deep-dive strategic projects, due-diligence support, issue-focused trend analysis and similar assignments for our Private Markets clients. His previous experience includes tenures with startups, the Big Four and consulting organisations, where he focused on industry studies, price forecasting, company analysis, macroeconomic studies and other strategic engagements.

Bridging the Talent Gap in Private Equity

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