As a private equity board member, you have unique responsibilities that differ greatly from other types of directors. Your focus must be on behalf of shareholders and managers while still offering valuable insight into how companies operate at all levels- not just what's happening inside their own organization, but also externally with regards to competition or industry trends they may face going forward.
In order to be a successful private equity board member, one must have strong personal integrity and drive. In addition, they need commitment as well as the ability to wear different hats in order to balance all of their representations' interests equally.
In this guide, you will discover:
- The real difference between Private Equity and Public Boards.
- What characteristics make a great Private Equity CEO?
- How to get started in Private Equity?
- And much more!