In­vestors turn to other Asian mar­kets: re­port

China Daily (Canada) - - NEWSCAPSULE -

Pri­vate-eq­uity fund man­agers are hav­ing dif­fi­culty at­tract­ing new in­vestor cap­i­tal and re­al­iz­ing gains in China, ac­cord­ing to a re­port.

China-fo­cused fund man­agers are hav­ing trou­ble re­ly­ing on the IPO mar­ket as their main exit route be­cause of a freeze in the Chi­nese IPO sphere. Con­se­quently, re­turn­ing in­vest­ment cap­i­tal to lim­ited part­ners has “been hard to achieve” and “re­mains a ma­jor con­cern,” ac­cord­ing to the Dow Jones’ 2014 Global Out­look & Re­view. The re­port also said the In­dia’s also faced the same prob­lem.

“With two of Asia’s largest economies fac­ing a tricky pri­vate-eq­uity land­scape in 2014, in­vestors are likely to put their money to work in other parts of the re­gion,” an an­a­lyst, cit­ing “some lim­ited part­ners”, said in Dow Jones’ 2014 Global Out­look & Re­view.

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