Investors turn to other Asian markets: report
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.