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Toby Mitchenall

Toby Mitchenall is the Senior Editor, ESG and Sustainability, at PEI Media. He is responsible for New Private Markets, a dedicated intelligence source on impact investing, sustainability and ESG in private markets, and is based in PEI’s London office. Toby was previously a consultant advising private equity firms on marketing and public relations.
Are there important aspects of investing responsibly that we are just too afraid to discuss? The Predistribution Initiative wants us to discuss the elephant in the sustainable private markets room.
The European firm looks set to join its large buyout peers in establishing a fund line that will seek both financial returns and a positive societal or environmental impact.
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Mid-market investor EV Private Equity is tying compensation for Fund VI to the achievement of impact objectives.
In today's letter: Going deep on KKR's approach to employee ownership; The US vs RoW ESG divide, courtesy of Aberdeen Standard; Deliveroo's disappointing debut; UBS's new ESG head.
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CalSTRS’ ‘long debate’ with ESG laggards The $283.4 billion California State Teachers’ Retirement System is by all accounts a progressive pension when it comes to sustainability. This month it agreed to invest $150 million per year in sustainable private equity co-investments to focus on “low carbon solutions” to the climate crisis (details here). It’s significant, […]
New Private Markets talks to Pete Stavros, partner and co-head of Americas private equity at KKR, about the firm’s approach to giving employees equity in their companies, and how it could catch on.
Editors from across the PEI stable jump on Zoom to swap thoughts on a growing trend in private markets: linking the cost of fund-level credit facilities to ESG performance.
The shift to sustainability in private markets deserves its own dedicated information source.
KKR’s industrials team routinely gives equity to a portfolio company’s entire workforce. Is this the future of private equity investment?

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