Grey skies are gonna clear up – for private equity
|Aug 1st, 2010 | Filed under: Private Equity, Today's Post | By: AAA Staff||
Unless you’re a big fan of hail, sleet, snow, wind and other inclement meteorology, the best part about a bad storm is when it finally passes. A recent report by Rothstein Kass on the private equity industry certainly suggests the worst credit crisis storm in history is over and that sunny skies are here again.
The report, “Private Equity in 2010,” (click here to download the full PDF version; click here to view the press release), is indeed pretty bright and sunny, with roughly one-third of private equity firm managers convinced the credit crisis clouds had already parted last year and an additional 10% predicting that market weakness will dissipate any remaining cloudiness before the second half of this year.
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