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Carlyle Group has increased its European investment team to 18 with the announcement of two senior appointments.
Few people need reminding that the paucity of IPO exits is a bad thing. Could the process be made easier and better - wonders Joe Bartlett. The result of his musings are some very practical suggestions as to how things could be improved: from the role of analysts to the fees charged by advisors.
Who is shaping the industry? The question is important, because private equity, despite its becoming a more mainstream, institutionalised asset class, fundamentally remains a people's business. Private Equity International picks the people who make all the difference in European private equity.
NWDC in buyout of Sargents; Lehman Brothers and Cazenove lead £9m third round for kVault; Demos raises E4.58m;
Karl Marx on Internet Time 2001-11-08 Staff Writer While there are a number of reasons for business failure, one common cause is <b>overpaying</b>, either for a service, a product, a CEO, an acquisition, etc. Consider some examples from the world of hi-tech.<BR><BR>First, many interne
A fully functional infrastructure provides for a dynamic market place in Poland.
Private equity managers operating in Central and Eastern Europe say institutional investors will do well to move into local funds before the region matures.
Back To Basics 2001-07-17 Staff Writer As the French say, plus ça change, plus ç’est la meme chose ('the more things change, the more they stay the same'). In 1988, when I wrote my first treatise on venture capital, I mentioned a phenomenon which had been apparent to me and other experienced players in this
SPEF II, which has beaten its initial target by E100m, is the largest Spanish fund to date.

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