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Bye bye bye: private equity exit strategies

Exits are central to the private equity investing process and a PE firm will consider a variety of different exit strategies to realize its return on investment. Four of the most common PE exit strategies are: trade sale, initial public offering, secondary buyout and leveraged recapitalization. A fifth exit option is also discussed below. Trade … Continue reading

Private equity exits and outlook

A private equity company generally receives the large majority of its returns on an investment upon exit of the investment, and as such the exit is an important part of the life-cycle of a private equity transaction. The most commonly used methods available to private equity investors to exit their investments are described below: Initial … Continue reading
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