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Fund managers have brought home $1.4billion for Africa in the first quarter of 2013, already matching 2012 year’s full-year figures, according to Preqin data.
Africa’s private equity leaders speak candidly to Private Equity Africa on opportunities in 2013 and their concerns for the industry moving forward. Five Investors, Three questions
Fund differentiation will be critical on Africa’s increasingly competitive fundraising trail in 2013, as the bulk of industry leaders tout follow-on funds and new GPs market maiden
Limited Partner investors in 2012 focused their emerging market commitments on fewer funds than previously, according to recent data from the Emerging Markets Private
China First Capital ’s recent report on the brewing private equity exit conundrum in China makes for interesting reading. According to the report, there have been approximately 9,000
The aggregate private equity disclosed deal value for Africa was previously inaccurately reported as $3.5billion. The figure had erroneously included some 2011 deals. The actual value is $1.3billion.
Private equity players on the fundraising trail found a difficult market in 2012, raising the lowest African commitments for four years, according to preliminary Preqin data. GPs’ fundraising efforts fell to
Catalyst Principal Partners has delivered its second deal, acquiring a 95% stake in Tanzania-based tea manufacturer Chai Bora from TransCentury. The financial details have
Exits volumes in the African private equity industry hit a record high in 2012, bolstered by sales to trade buyers, according to Preqin data.
Private equity sellers delivered
The European Commission has underpinned new rules for Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFMs) by adopting a Delegated Regulation supplement for its AIFM Directive (AIFMD). The AIFMD aims to create