Private Equity in Emerging Markets Is Being Rebalanced

Part II of this Knowledge@Wharton podcast on private equity (PE) looks at the falling market share for PE in emerging markets along with the rising investments in developing countries outside of the BRICS, and the increasing importance of operational improvement. Stephen M. Sammut, a senior fellow and lecturer at Wharton, and Michael Rogers, EY’s global deputy private equity leader, discuss these ideas.

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