Global investors bullish on Japan private equity

Investors are increasingly bullish about the prospects for Japanese private equity, according to Coller Capital. However a few limited partners on the ground are calling the recent rush of fundraising the start of a bubble.

Investors in private equity funds are upbeat about the prospects for Japanese private equity funds, according to an industry survey. 

Many of the investors, known in the industry as limited partners, expect the recent changes to Japan’s business and economic environment to result in more opportunities for private equity over the next three years.

Over 70% of Asia-Pacific LPs hold this view, as do 41% of North American and 45% of European, according to the results of a bi-annual global survey by private equity secondaries manager Coller Capital, released on Monday. The survey of 110 LPs was conducted across March and April.

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