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OPIC: Big PE firms will lead to ‘golden outcome’ for impact investors

Impact funds set up by KKR, TPG and Bain are set to be a boon for smaller emerging markets managers.

EMPEA 2018: Exits remain elusive in frontier markets

A former EBRD executive told EMPEA’s annual private equity conference that development finance institutions are more concerned than ever about ‘exitability.’

Japan: Seven key trends

A surge in both fundraising and deal volume is being hailed as a ‘golden era’ for Japan’s private equity industry.

Bain & Co: ‘Asia private equity in a new era’

Asia’s improved macro climate and the pressure to deploy dry powder drove record fundraising, deal values and exit values for 2017.

PEI Awards 2017: The global winners

Energy, healthcare, technology, consumer, long-term, frontier markets and impact investment firms of the year.

Riverside: Auction processes are brutal for buyers

Béla Szigethy and Stewart Kohl, co-chief executives of the Riverside Company, believe the current strong seller’s market in private equity will continue this year.

South African PE defies public markets slump

Private equity funds posted a 13.6% pooled IRR over the past three years, significantly outperforming listed equity benchmarks.

Deal Mechanic: Copied right

How Cinven replicated a tried-and-tested approach in the patents industry with its acquisition of intellectual property business CPA Global.

The ultimate deal mechanic

What’s right for one portfolio company may not be right for another, but there are several common operational levers private equity firms can employ to jump-start growth and enhance returns.

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