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Following a SFR90m loss for the nine months ending December 31, the listed Swiss fund of funds says the decline of its share price is slowing down.
Private equity is often described as a long-term game and many investors read this as code for the asset class' inherent illiquidity. But now securitisation has come to private equity with the potential of dramatically changing the landscape. Private Equity International looks at recent developments.
News: Deals 2002-03-01 Staff Writer <b>Coller Capital makes first exit from Lucent portfolio</b><br />Pequot Capital Management and New Venture Partners, the New Jersey-based venture capital operation controlled by UK private equity secondaries specialist Coller Capital, have partially dive
Rigorous insurance due diligence is key in the buyout process if nasty surprises are to be avoided. It can also boost a bidder's bargaining position, finds Philip Borel.
The history of the US private equity market's love affair with Private Investments in Public Equities is as short as it is sordid. David Snow looks at what's gone wrong.
News: Funds 2002-02-01 Staff Writer <b>€2bn Advent fund to focus On Europe</b><br />Advent International intends to invest 70 per cent of Global Private Equity IV, its new €2bn buyout fund, in Western Europe, with the balance going to North America and Asia.<br /><br />?Europe i
Down Rounds Syndrome: A Roundtable Discussion 2001-11-23 Staff Writer <i>This week Letter from America is by David J. Blumberg of Blumberg Capital.</i><br><br><a href=http://www.privateequityonline.com/LetterAmerica.asp?ID=1851>Part 1 of this article</a> looked at "Down
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