Private Equity Finance: Rise and Repercussions

Private Equity Finance Rise and Repercussions In private equity finance became a major issue of public concern in the UK The failed bid to buy J Sainsbury and the successful bid to buy Alliance Boots highlighted that private equity finance h

  • Title: Private Equity Finance: Rise and Repercussions
  • Author: Jamie Morgan
  • ISBN: 9781282370524
  • Page: 398
  • Format: ebook
  • In 2007 private equity finance became a major issue of public concern in the UK The failed bid to buy J Sainsbury and the successful bid to buy Alliance Boots highlighted that private equity finance had reached a new level in its purchasing power The controversy regarding private equity finance split into two lines of argument were they benevolent entrepreneurs or predIn 2007 private equity finance became a major issue of public concern in the UK The failed bid to buy J Sainsbury and the successful bid to buy Alliance Boots highlighted that private equity finance had reached a new level in its purchasing power The controversy regarding private equity finance split into two lines of argument were they benevolent entrepreneurs or predatory asset strippers This book traces the historical rise of private equity finance in the US and UK over the last 40 years It shows how this new industry has grown as credit markets have evolved It provides a clear account of how a buyout works, of how buyouts have been theorized, and of the various empirical claims made for private equity finance Looking at private equity in terms of its overall context of development provides an opportunity to ask a series of questions Is private equity finance a claimed solution to problems it helps to create Is it a claimed solution that creates new, unnecessary, problems Does it create moral issues of entitlement

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