Sachin Khajuria is an investor and the author of the book “Two and Twenty: How the Masters of Private Equity Always Win”. He holds two degrees in Economics from the University of Cambridge and has worked a
Sachin talks to Guy Spier about his education, career, and the characteristics and future of the private equity world. He also touches on topics such as distressed investing, fee structures, and the importance of a multicultural background.
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(00:00:00) A Career in Private Equity
(00:08:11) Elite Education vs. Learning by Doing
(00:15:40) How Can Low and High Fee Structures Coexist?
(00:24:50) Winner Takes All Structures
(00:32:20) On the Inside of the Deals
(00:45:12) Distressed Investing: Both Sides of the Coin
(00:58:16) Advantages of a Multicultural Identity