Permira's views on private equity investing in Asia
Permira's chairman for the Asia-Pacific, Guido Paolo Gamucci, talks about the Arysta and Galaxy deals recently completed by the firm.
European buy-out firm Permira set up shop in Asia in 2005 with an office in Japan. In the past six months it has announced an $840 million investment in Macau gaming player Galaxy Entertainment, and a $2.2 billion buyout of Japanese agro-chemicals firm Arysta Life Sciences. Guido Paolo Gamucci is chairman of Permira in the Asia-Pacific, and here he shares his views on the region and its opportunities.
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