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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.
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As more Japanese insurers turn to private equity in the search for yield, Hikojiro Iida, co-head of PE at Nissay Asset Management, discusses its favoured strategies.
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A number of GPs are using flush balance sheets to seed their own distressed debt funds, according to firm head Michael Rees.
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
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Market volatility has led to stalled deals, the withdrawal of sellers and the return of MAC clauses.
Coronavirus impact on markets
Drawdowns could enable managers to pre-empt liquidity issues arising from the pandemic but may compound the problem for certain LPs.
Travel disruption from coronavirus
Sponsors are also pushing for longer due diligence windows to account for disruption caused by coronavirus and to better understand its impact, a law firm has said.
Lawyers from Paul Weiss pinpoint the areas of a private equity firm's operations that may need to be adjusted to account for the coronavirus outbreak, including fund documentation, valuation and banking relationships.
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