Private equity in China and beyond - finding new direction
China’s reopening of its borders has been a bright spot for the global economy this year. As the Mainland economy continues to gain traction, consumer spending is also picking up domestically while inflation and recession has been kept in check. That said, some global GPs and LPs are shying away from the “China +1” strategy for their own reasons, although in the longer term, most investors are bullish and continue to look into China as an engine of regional and global growth. Our panel of seasoned private equity investors will unpack the events of the past year and discuss what lies ahead.
- How have private equity investment strategies changed in the past year? Where does China fit in a global portfolio?
- What are the macro challenges that will affect dealmaking in China?
- What are the main concerns from LPs regarding exposure to China? How have regional GPs adapted their overall portfolio?
- Who are the investors investing in Chinese funds now? Will allocators from the Middle East and other parts of Asia replace North American LPs?
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