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Alexandra von Stauffenberg


Alexandra von Stauffenberg is the Associate Director of INSEAD's Global Private Equity Initiative (GPEI), the school's think-tank for private equity and venture capital. She conducts research for the Centre with a focus on topics such as GP-LP dynamics, private equity in family businesses and venture capital ecosystems. Due to her background in banking and real estate, Alexandra is also able to link to professionals in these industries.

Prior to joining GPEI, Alexandra was working with a South East Asian real estate investment fund. Alexandra also spent 3 years in the banking industry working in capital markets and M&A out of London and Zurich.

Alexandra holds an MBA from INSEAD and a bachelor's degree from the University of St.Gallen, Switzerland.

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Economics & Finance

A Liquidity Cushion in Troubled Times: The PE Secondaries Market

Even without deep discounts, secondaries’ modest risks and returns are attracting investor interest.

Economics & Finance

Impact Investing in Covid-19 Times: A Three-Step Mission

Despite the economic crunch, the joint pursuit of profit and purpose may have a very bright future. But first, we need to return to basics.

Family Business

What Distinguishes Europe’s Family Business Champions from the Rest

A. von Stauffenberg, C. Zeisberger

Where do Europe’s family firms stand globally, in terms of creating sustainable, long-term value?

Economics & Finance

Latin American Family Firms and the Path to Longevity

A. Albers-Schoenberg, C. Zeisberger

Survey of family firms shows institutionalisation enables them to overcome the third-generation challenge.
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