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Andy Thomson
Andy Thomson is a Senior Editor at PEI with responsibility for Private Debt Investor, the leading title focused on the world's private debt markets. Andy works closely with team members in London, New York and Hong Kong. He has been with PEI for many years, having worked previously on Private Equity International and Infrastructure Investor.
As a result of the financial crisis, investors may focus even more closely on the quality of GP reporting. And that's good news for private equity administration specialists in Asia, Andy Thomson discovers.
Milan’s Advanced Capital will invest with up to 20 fund managers in the energy sector. CEO Robert Tomei said the investments will be split between the developing and developed worlds, as well as between traditional and alternative energies.
Milan’s Advanced Capital will invest with up to 20 fund managers in the energy sector. CEO Robert Tomei said the investments will be split between the developing and developed worlds, as well as between traditional and alternative energies.
A new survey reveals why buyout purchase multiples have been increasing in 2008, writes Andy Thomson.
As speculation grows about the likely (under-) performance of leveraged deals struck over the last couple of years, Andy Thomson finds it is a question of what's in the portfolio.
Fundraising is proceeding at a fair clip amid signs that even the larger funds are still in favour. It is clear that investors are keeping the faith. But will they do so indefinitely, asks Andy Thomson?
Western GPs seeking access to China are pondering how the growth of locally denominated funds might work to their advantage.
Western GPs seeking access to China are pondering how the growth of locally denominated funds might work to their advantage.
The Spanish buyout firm has teamed with The Carlyle Group to buy web hosting firm Arsys for €160m – in the process avoiding the kind of competitive auction that proved unproductive for the firm this year.
Chinese regulators appear to be toying with the emotions of private equity firms through a mixture of pronouncements - some interpreted as good, some bad, others virtually impossible to interpret in the first place. On the whole, though, things seem to be moving in the right direction for general partners. Andy Thomson reports.
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