Look for the PE Pedigree

Rai, Rakesh
September 2010
Business Today;9/5/2010, Vol. 19 Issue 18, p130
The article focuses on the potential of small- and mid-capitalization stocks supported by a private equity (PE) for long-term investment. It states that PE or venture capital that a company receives is a good sign for long-term investment and claimed by a KPMG-CII study as important factor for selection process. It mentions that some companies are using PE funds to expand the business within its same products, services, and locations. It adds that PE investors can enforce non-financial changes.


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