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PE & AIM Research Results 2019

Findings from Criticaleye's PE & AIM Retreat Research:

  • 43% of leaders admit they need to improve the quality of strategic debate
  • Most (74%) are facing business model disruption
  • 54% of leaders are keeping their options open when it comes to exit routes
  • 73% admit to being too inward-looking and focused on the day-to-day
  • Many (68%) say business performance is greatly enhanced if executives have access to external reference points
  • Mentoring is the most effective leadership development tool for PE-backed and AIM-listed executives
Click here to see Tom Attenborough, Head of International Business Development - Primary Markets, London Stock Exchange; Neil Griffiths, Nonexecutive Director for City Pub Group and StarStock (& Criticaleye Board Mentor); Jonathan Bye, CEO, Seabrook Crisps; and Mark Winlow, Non-executive Chair, Personal Group, share their views about which investors are more short-term.






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