Difficulty of private equity exits risks Asia’s reputation

Setbacks to sales by TPG in Australia and Primus Financial in Taiwan show that while the region can offer private equity investors a great opportunity to employ unused funds, leaving Asia can prove tricky, writes Mergermarket.

  • 28 Nov 2009

Private equity firms with exposure to Asian markets were dealt a fresh blow last week given two situations which highlight the difficulty financial investors face when looking to sell out of their holdings across the region.

TPG was the first to bear the brunt of political intransigence following news ...

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