The private equity boom – success beyond borders

Private equity companies throughout Europe have a lot of money at their disposal again and are on the lookout for attractive, international deals to partner with companies such as German SMEs and new start-up companies to make a lasting contribution to value creation in the age of digitalisation.

Game changers like Brexit and the economic policy of the U.S. have sparked political uncertainty across the globe and raise numerous questions for the future: What will happen in the private equity market? Will the declining returns begin to increase again? What potential is there in the various industries? How can the European private equity industry overcome the serious investment pressure, high purchase prices and fees?

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Jakob von Weizsäcker

Jakob von Weizsäcker’s plea for a joint Franco-German strategy

For Member of the European Parliament Jakob von Weizsäcker the immediate impact of Brexit is obviously bad. But there could be some positive effects for the EU down the road however. For Jakob von Weizsäcker a joint Franco-German strategy would be the best approach to build a better capital market for the EU and the Euro area post Brexit. (more…)


Ready for change? Private capital operations in the digital age (by AssetMetrix)

It is difficult to name a sector that has not been impacted by digitalization in recent years. Somewhat ironically, however, the very private capital providers whose investments in tech startups are rapidly driving change in other sectors have hardly undertaken any steps to develop their own business models. In the meantime, pressure within the sector is rising, driven by lower returns, greater transparency, and an ever-growing volume of regulatory requirements.

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