Blackstone chairman Stephen Schwarzman has often explained how the private equity firm’s failed 1986 investment in Edgcomb Steel helped it develop a robust risk management strategy. Essentially, the team that proposes an investment circulates a written note and the firm’s partners are asked to offer criticism on the proposal. Thereafter, the ......
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