Will the private equity boom go bust?

BVWireIssue #52-3
January 17, 2007

A new article from the Wharton School questions when the PE bubble will burst. “Private equity investors of all types [are] flush with cash,” say the UPenn authors, who also pointed out that in 2006, nearly a third of the dollar value of all U.S. acquisitions involved PE firms. But, “concerns about the sector’s ability to deliver sizeable returns are also welling up.”

To read the full Wharton report, click here.

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