Buyouts raise doubts about Asian multiples

Two private equity-related transactions announced in the past week seemingly bucked the trend for high exit multiples for the region. But Mergermarket argues that such deals may be the exceptions that prove the rule.

  • 08 Nov 2009

It is often said that the Asia-Pacific region has been relatively shielded from the worst effects of the global financial crisis.

The validity of this statement may be open to debate, although tellingly Mergermarket data shows that corporate valuations in the region have been remarkably robust compared with ...

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5 Deutsche Bank 17,566.40 67 5.01%

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