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Japanese firms' succession problem is a boon for private equity dealmakers

Japanese firms' succession problem is a boon for private equity dealmakers

  • 17.07.2016
  • min read

Reuters

Japanese firms' succession problem is a boon for private equity dealmakers

Major businesses in Japan are often resistant to radical change, causing a dearth of larger private equity opportunities. The average size for private equity deals in Japan in 2015 was about $80 million, less than half of the $175 million recorded between 2010 and 2014, according to Jim Verbeeten, a partner with Bain & Company.