In Private Equity Investing in Emerging Markets, Roger Leeds illustrates how private equity is a tool uniquely suited to strengthening the value and performance of businesses in emerging market countries. Thus far underutilized in emerging markets, Leeds outlines how private equity can play a significantly larger role in the enhancement of both individual company performance and the private sector's overall contribution to economic growth and development. Drawing heavily on actual investor experiences, Leeds shows readers how the same inefficiencies and weaknesses that characterize business climates in emerging market countries also open the door to outsized opportunities for private equity investors. Informed by the author's nearly four decades as both a practitioner and academician working with private equity investors, entrepreneurs, and policymakers in over 100 developing countries, the book uses anecdotes and case studies to reinforce the key arguments for private equity investment in emerging economies. Among other illuminating examples and studies, Leeds provides detailed profiles of the private equity environment in China, Brazil, and Kenya. Private Equity Investing in Emerging Markets concludes by recommending specific actions by key stakeholders that would strengthen the future of private equity in emerging markets.Harvard Business School Case No. 812a019. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, 2012. ... Ramalho, Caio, aAn Essay on Private Equity: The History and Fundamentals of Fundraising in Brazil, a Masters, Fundacao Getulio Vargas, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Private Equity Investing in Emerging Markets|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-03-10|