In McKinsey's Deal Volume, we provide an inside look at all things private markets, and feature conversations with experts and thought leaders on the most pressing issues investors face at every stage of the deal cycle. We also examine the major trends impacting investment firm strategy and development, and active management of portfolio companies. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a relative newcomer, we're excited to have you join us on this ongoing exploration of the industry.
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