Tables & Team Notes
For all the heartache of the present, we’ve done much better than simply muddle through the current crisis. Efforts to develop vaccines in record time will hopefully pay off in mass inoculations, while major fiscal and monetary stimulus is keeping the global economy stronger than we dared hope during the darkest days of 2020.
How private equity is dealing with Covid-19, and most encouragingly learning from it, is the overarching theme running through these pages. And the outlook is bright, much like the broader prospects for 2021. As Pantheon Ventures’ Helen Steers, one of our roundtable participants notes, one of the most intriguing and potentially far-reaching developments of the past year is a closer alignment of the profit motive and social impact. The more seamless that connection becomes, the better.
As always, we hope the information found here helps you make the right business and investment decisions. To all, we wish health and happiness over the holidays and a joyful 2021!
Sincerely, The Triago Team
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