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By many measures, 2011 provided long-awaited proof of a rebound in the Asia-Pacific private-equity business after the protracted downturn of 2008 through 2010, and the region’s total PE investment values have returned to 2006 levels.
Private Equity Canada 2010: Preparing for the next wave of growth examines three trends that will shape the LP-GP relationship, and thus the market. It also provides an in-depth review of Canada's PE market over the past year.
In 2010, private equity in Asia had begun to recover from the global financial crisis. With close to one-fifth of global PE activity, and great potential for the future, Asia now figures prominently on every PE firm’s strategic agenda.
Companies advance myriad strategies for creating value with acquisitions, but only a handful are likely to do so.
Independent directors contribute an outside perspective to governance, but analysis of private equity firms suggests they need relevant managerial expertise too.
May 2010—Why do Asian banks create less value with acquisitions than nonbank investors do?more
The keys to long-term success are professional management and keeping the family committed to and capable of carrying on as the owner.
September 2010—Overhauling investment practices that reward short-term returns could benefit shareholders and the global economy.more
Players in Asian PE will need a multilocal and multisector strategy to capture drivers of rapid growth and meet future challenges.
April 2009—These funds face a credit-constrained world; they must adapt to thrive.more
November 2009—As companies rethink their portfolios for the post-crisis world, they should ask themselves if they are still the best owners of their assets.more
An in-depth review of the industry, profiling trends in the market and its key investor groups.
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