Asian private equity
15 Mar The Asia-Pacific private equity market continues to perform at historic levels, showing signs of entering a new era.
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Description:Private Equity A combination of forces propelled the market to new heights, including an improved macro climate and mounting pressure to invest huge reserves of committed, unspent capital. As the volatility and political shocks of the past two years subsided, stock markets rallied, economic growth took off and PE funds were more comfortable putting capital to work. But, beyond the heady deal making, the market showed signs of maturing and entering a new phase of growth. Two key forces powered growth in Major players, including global and regional PE firms and institutional investors, were more active in Asia-Pacific last year, accelerating the flow of large deals.