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The number of divestitures by public companies has changed little in the past decade, but PE participation is rising.
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Senior executives at three of the world’s largest private equity players offer their insights on how the Japanese opportunity is developing.
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While no one can predict the future, the Japanese private equity industry remains optimistic it can ride out the coronavirus crisis.
PEI Japan 2020 cover
The Japan special includes: How private equity is growing in the country, a special report on regional banks and how ESG awareness is spreading; plus keynote interviews with J-STAR, NSSK, T Capital Partners and Advantage Partners
EBITDA addbacks became an increasing cause for concern in 2019 as borrowers stretched the bounds of permissible adjustments.
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In the final part of our series on private equity metrics, PEI examines why the internal rate of return can flatter to deceive.
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