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Corporate governance becoming key consideration for China PE industry

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By: privateequitywire.co.uk The quality of investments is becoming more important for the private equity industry in China, according to a joint study from Deutsche Borse and CMS Hasche Sigle. As a result of the slowing Chinese economy, of closed IPO … Continue reading

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Activist Investor Carl Icahn pushes for Apple buyback

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By FT.com Activist investor Carl Icahn stepped up his campaign for Apple to return cash to investors, saying he had made the case to Tim Cook, the chief executive, for a $150bn buyback. Shares in Apple rose 2.2 per cent to $487.12 on Tuesday, as Mr … Continue reading

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Is European Venture Capital Sector doing better than expected?

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  According to the latest study conducted by  British Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (BVCA), chances of European Venture Capital firms for an IPO exit are comparable to the US VC companies. To find out more read an article on … Continue reading

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