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After such a strong 2021 for the US mid-market, geopolitical and macroeconomic uncertainty could create challenges for private equity firms chasing last year’s highs.
Volatility may have slowed the rate of dealmaking, but for GPs accustomed to investing and driving growth across cycles, the mid-market still holds plenty of opportunities.
With dealmaking activity on the continent expected to remain buoyant over the year ahead, we delve into the markets on PE firms’ radars.
As Japan’s private equity market grows, impact and secondaries strategies gain momentum, and competition for talent intensifies.
Tokyo skyline at night in Japan
The growing prevalence of PE in Japan has brought a deluge of deals, but that’s not without its downsides, says Ropes & Gray private equity partner and Tokyo office managing partner Tsuyoshi Imai.
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Inflation and higher rates won’t derail the momentum of growth investing, but they will help reveal who got ahead on judgment and who got there by luck.

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