ASX-listed company boards’ “views on private equity are beginning to change,” overturning a long history in Australia of scepticism of the industry, says local Blackstone boss Michael Blickstead.
Dealmakers are dusting off their playbooks from the global financial crisis, devising creative ways to get transactions completed as traditional financing sources dry up.
WAYNE, Pa., Nov. 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Argosy Healthcare Partners ("AHP"), a lower middle market private equity investor focused exclusively on healthcare, and a division of Argosy Capital, a diversified investment firm with over $3.1 billion in assets under management ("AUM"), is...
HOUSTON, Nov. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The Sterling Group ("Sterling"), a Houston-based, operationally focused middle market private equity firm, is delighted to announce that it has been named to Inc.'s fourth annual Founder-Friendly Investors list. Inc.'s list honors the private equity...
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According to a report from the Knoxville News Sentinel, Pruitt told investigators that giving the player's mother cash was "the human thing, the right thing to do."
FILE PHOTO: A woman walks past a branch of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group's bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (MUFG) in Tokyo, Japan, May 16, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TOKYO : Japan's leveraged loan market remains solid despite a global market lull, an executive at MUFG Bank said, as the country's top bank continues to expand its leveraged lending business to back a growing number of private equity buyouts.
MILAN : ION, a privately-held financial technology group, is looking to pay for Italian bad loan recovery firm Prelios in several stages as it holds discussions with U.S. hedge fund Davidson Kempner Capital Management, sources said. The two sources close to the matter said ION and DK were discussing a so-called earn out clause, which would see ION pay part of the price at closing and the rest once the business hits certain financial targets. However, it is not certain the parties can reach an agreement, one of the sources said.
SINGAPORE : Asian buyout firm Navis Capital Partners is targeting a $350 million raising in an inaugural credit fund that will provide private lending mainly to Southeast Asian companies, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters. The Kuala Lumpur-headquartered private equity firm will make credit investments in sustainable-focused businesses or sectors primarily in Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Laos and Cambodia, the sources added, declining to be named as the matter is confidential.
With the collapse of the giant cryptocurrency exchange, investors are asking whether regulators or the venture capitalists who funded FTX, are at fault.