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Peter Baird of Investec Asset Management says the stage is now set for attractive private equity investments and exits.
Political reforms and the creation of a new free trade area will prove a boon for the continent’s biggest economy, says Paul Boynton, the CEO of Old Mutual Alternative Investments.
Insurers, family offices and sector-focused managers all play a significant role in the region’s private equity. But markets are changing, and only the nimblest and most resilient can realise the high return potential.
Jon Costello, partner and head of the secondary advisory group of PJT Partners’ Park Hill, sat down with Private Equity International to discuss a potential deal volume record in 2018 and an environment full of choice.
In the current late cycle pricing environment, secondaries buyers need to play to their strengths, Neuberger Berman’s Tristram Perkins tells Private Equity International.
Local knowledge and a clear diversification strategy are key to mitigating macro concerns in North Africa, says founder and CEO of Mediterrania Capital Partners Albert Alsina.
Australia combines both access to Asian growth markets and the stability of a US-style regulatory system, says David Brown of the Sydney-based buyout firm.
Recent mega-deals have electrified the German private equity market, but what’s next? Our panel of experts share their thoughts on what’s in store.
With clean energy now an established asset class, we asked Foresight partner Dan Wells how to minimise risk.
In an increasingly challenging investment environment, limited partners are concentrating more on market risk profiles to drive improved investments, say Intertrust’s Paul Lawrence and James Ferguson.
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