Bain in the news

  • Davos 2014: India's new status symbol – health

    January 21, 2014 | Emerging Markets, Healthcare | Financial Times | Media mention

    “Tell me which gym you go to and I’ll tell you who you are: that could be true for India,” says Norbert Hueltenschmidt , a health care specialist at Bain & Company.

  • Global Trotter: Luxury Rules in Middle East

    July 24, 2013 | Emerging Markets, Retail | The Economic Times | Media mention

    Dubai accounts for 30 per cent of the Middle East's luxury goods market and is set to gain from increased regional tourism, according to a report from Bain & Company.

  • Breakthrough seen in PE deals in S-E Asia

    June 01, 2013 | Emerging Markets, Private Equity | Business Times | Media mention

    Private equity deal-making in South-east Asia was underwhelming in 2012, but consultancy Bain & Company sees a "breakthrough" in the offing. When Bain surveyed over 40 private equity and venture capital firms, more than 60 per cent affirmed that South-east Asia has become more important.

  • REFILE-Asia rush sees buyout firms overlook Africa, Russia

    March 01, 2011 | Reuters.com | Media mention

    Analysts express concern for private equity firms investing in Brazil and China (where political conditions and natural disaster risks are high), and ignoring opportunities in other emerging markets, like Africa and Russia, where conditions are more attractive.

  • Bad deal risks rising in Asia private equity

    March 01, 2011 | Private Equity | Reuters.com | Media mention

    At the Reuters Future Face of Finance Summit, Vinit Bhatia of Bain & Company urges PE firms to raise investment standards and avoid risky private equity deals in Asia.

  • Global expansion: world of difference in strategies for growth

    November 13, 2010 | Financial Times | Media mention

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  • Behind the crony curtain

    August 15, 2010 | Newsweek | Media mention

    The obvious answer to monopolies is to bust them up or regulate them into submission. Analysts often point out that America was still a developing economy when, in the early 20th century, the government broke up the Gilded Age's commercial empires.