Japan’s private equity market will see a “steady flow” of transactions even as rising funding costs cripple deals elsewhere, said the cofounder of the nation’s largest buyout fund.
“We’ve heard about the subprime effect in the United States and that leveraged buyouts have come to a halt,” Richard Folsom of Advantage Partners LLC said in a recent interview. “We’re seeing a steady flow of deals” in Japan.
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