PRIVATE equity has enjoyed a prolonged period of growth and success, and is now one of the most important asset classes among institutional and private investors. However, with the intense competition and challenging environment especially in Asia, will private equity's boom fade away sooner than expected? There has been much talk about the global private equity bubble bursting - from cheap credit fading a decade ago, to too much money chasing after too few deals, deals are expensive, multiples are high, returns are diminishing, economic growth is slowing, trade tension, etc. Concerns about private equity have never ended.
Asian private equity: Defying expectations
in Asia: The rise and rise of mega-funds | Private Equity International
Our mission is to help leaders in multiple sectors develop a deeper understanding of the global economy. Our flagship business publication has been defining and informing the senior-management agenda since Our learning programs help organizations accelerate growth by unlocking their people's potential. The private equity industry in Asia is dynamic, with robust returns. But as competition rises, players may need to revisit the private equity tool kit. Vivek Pandit: The Asian private equity industry is at an incredibly exciting inflection point today. First, we see that a number of the global funds that are investing out of global pockets into Asia are now setting up Asia-dedicated funds.
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