Private equity chips away at record China backlog

Trade sales, secondaries, dividend recaps and other creative exits gain traction as funds struggle to exit a build up of investments in China.

Private equity chips away at record China backlog

A decision by private equity firm Carlyle to sue its own portfolio company in China, ATMU, for $369 million after the latter missed a four-year IPO deadline is a striking example of growing problem in China   how to get out.

Private equity firms are wrestling with ways to whittle down a record overhang of companies due for sale by thinking up new and creative ways to sell out.   ...

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