Meet Carlyle's $53 billion credit team - Loeb's Miami Beach mansion - Winklevii on Bitcoin future

Meet Carlyle's $53 billion credit team - Loeb's Miami Beach mansion - Winklevii on Bitcoin future
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  • Carlyle CEO Kewsong Lee is laser-focused on growing in credit, and these 14 people are helping lead the charge.
  • Billionaire NYC hedge fund CEO Daniel Loeb spent $20 million on a home in Miami Beach as the Wall Street exodus to Florida continues.
  • The Winklevoss twins explain the future of bitcoin and why more regulation in the crypto market doesn't scare them.

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Carlyle's credit crew: Meet 14 people leading the PE giant's $53 billion lending division that's been red-hot during the pandemic

Meet Carlyle's $53 billion credit team - Loeb's Miami Beach mansion - Winklevii on Bitcoin future
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Private-equity giant The Carlyle Group has made a big push into lending over the past four years.

We profiled 14 executives in Carlyle's $53 billion lending group, including Mark Jenkins, the head of the unit.

Meet some of the key people that are part of an initiative that's been deemed a top priority by Kewsong Lee, Carlyle's CEO.
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We spoke to Winklevoss-backed crypto platform Gemini about bitcoin, how to use stable coins, and why regulation won't kill the boom in digital currencies

Meet Carlyle's $53 billion credit team - Loeb's Miami Beach mansion - Winklevii on Bitcoin future
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Bitcoin has once again become a hot topic. The Winklevoss twins, founders of the crypto exchange Gemini, have some thoughts on the future of the digital-currency market and why regulation isn't a bad word. Read more here.

2021 kicked off with a slew of multibillion-dollar healthcare deals. 3 top bankers told us what to expect for M&A and IPOs over the next 12 months.

Meet Carlyle's $53 billion credit team - Loeb's Miami Beach mansion - Winklevii on Bitcoin future
Hartford HealthCare's Colleen Teevan administers the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to a front-line healthcare worker outside of Hartford Hospital.AP Photo/Jessica Hill
Bankers from Lazard, Wells Fargo, and SVB Leerink give some predictions for where you can expect to see dealmaking and IPOs in the healthcare space. See more here.
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Odd lots:

A billionaire New York hedge-fund CEO just dropped $20 million on a Miami Beach mansion as Wall Street firms plan moves to Florida (BI)

Wall Street Gets Frugal With Employees After Pandemic Windfall (Bloomberg)

Cryptocurrency salaries revealed: From $60,000 to $400,000, here's how much you could earn working in cryptocurrency (BI)
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Fintech company Affirm cuts ties with My Pillow after the company's CEO pushes election-fraud conspiracies (BI)

Billionaire investor Seth Klarman lambasts the Fed for distorting markets - and says Tesla's stock has surged 'seemingly beyond all reason' (BI)

Ralph Lauren's $27 million fight with its Fifth Avenue landlord captures the utter shambles of the world's priciest shopping street (BI)
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