December 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;12/6/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 47, p18
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This article presents information on the private equity fundraising by various states and regions in the U.S. The State region of New York Tri-Sate raised an amount of $ 6,894.9 million and had an average of 299.8. The region of New England raised an amount of $5,306.1 million and had an average of 482.4. The top advisors on the U. S. target leveraged buyouts are Goldman Sachs Group Inc. with a rank value of $28,073.4 million, Citigroup Inc. with a rank value of $24,059.3 million, CSFB with a rank value of $22880.6, JP Morgan Chase with a rank value of $16471.2 million.


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