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Take a peek inside the world of recruiting at family offices.
Rebecca Ungarino with a nice piece on family offices ramping up hiring investing talent in recent months.
Get the low down from recruiters in the space about what family offices are looking for.
Click here to read the entire story.
A top Vista Equity Partners exec is negotiating a messy exit
In case you missed it, here's a great piece from Dakin Campbell and Casey Sullivan about all the drama taking place at Vista Equity Partners. Read all about the tension between Robert Smith, the firm's founder, and Brian Sheth, its president. Click here for the full story.
How 4 fund houses like Franklin Templeton and Invesco are prepping for the next wave of M&A
Deal-making is hotter than ever in asset management right now. Bradley Saacks and Rebecca Ungarino breakdown recent quarterly earnings calls from major players in the space. Read the full story here.
Payroll giant ADP is piloting an earned wage access tool
One of the biggest players in the payroll space is rolling out a pilot for earned wage access. Read more from Shannen Balogh about ADP's plans for a pay-on-demand product.
The ultimate guide to marijuana legalization: All the states voting on cannabis reform, the probability of success, and which stocks could benefit the most (BI)
A Goldman Partner's Odyssey From Karachi to Wooing America (Bloomberg)
Goldman Sachs told most London staff to leave the office from Thursday (eFinancialCareers)
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