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The current debate about private equity in Europe is important, but to be productive it needs to be properly reasoned.
The SEC's attempt to update Reg D should include dropping the ‘general solicitation’ ban on fundraisers.
Interest rates might cool the fevered debt market, but the IRS could freeze it.
Foreign private equity firms appear to have become public enemy number one in South Korea – but they're not alone in feeling the heat from regulators.
Life is getting tougher for foreign GPs in South Korea, so Newbridge Capital has decided to make a donation.
Could the European private equity boom be coming to an end?
Japan still has a reputation for seeing private equity as at best a necessary evil – but recent developments indicate perceptions may be changing
UK portfolio companies say their private equity owners are too hands-off. Are they right?

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