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International investments in private equity; asset allocation, markets, and industry structure.

9780123750822

International investments in private equity; asset allocation, markets, and industry structure.

Cornelius, Peter.

Academic Press

2011

305 pages

$89.95

Hardcover

HG4751

Written primarily for investment professionals already familiar with private equity, this work by Cornelius (head of economic and strategic resource at the private equity investment firm AlpInvest Partners) puts the focus on cross-border investments in globally and regionally integrated private equity markets. He first discusses the risk and return profile of private equity in the context of diversified investment portfolios. He then analyzes the growth dynamics in individual markets and geographies while examining investment flows between them and evaluating different types of risks arising from international transactions and how to manage them. Next, he turns to the macroeconomic and structural factors that drive supply and demand dynamics in individual markets and how they are likely to influence the outlook for global private equity. Finally, he presents conversations with private equity fund managers on their global expansion strategies and risk management.

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