The Lack of Private Equity Growth Story

A Moody’s December 2011 report found the 40 biggest US LBOs in the 2006-08 period had revenue growth of four percent through June 30, 2011 compared to 14 percent for the broader universe of non-financial rated companies. But earnings kept pace with peers indicating “PE firms may have been more aggressive in reducing costs.”

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  1. bob kranz
    Posted October 2, 2011 at 6:22 pm | Permalink

    I truly believe that the information about Romney/Bain Capital and the companies that he helped starve/destroy (as well as the jobs lost ) should be a major campaign issue. Every other Republican candidate should be presented with the information and their feet should be held to the fire if they do not use the info. Smugness is not a virtue and Romney keeps “suggesting” how much business experience he has. This is not the kind of of business person we need leading this country.

    I am not affiliated with any of the other presidential candidates and would really appreciate any info you wish to share directly. Really enjoyed the “Buyout” even though it kept me awake many nights.

  2. Posted June 12, 2013 at 7:15 am | Permalink

    RIYADH: In developing countries like Pakistan where capital markets do not have much depth (liquidity), encouraging private equity investment plays an important part in ensuring that capital is available where it is required, and hence it is big propeller for economic growth.

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