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In this fourth episode of our miniseries Private Markets and the End of Cheap Money, we look at how private equity firms are dealing with currency risk and how deals are being affected by interest rates rising at different paces in various global regions.
Ecube provides storage, disassembly and parts re-use and recycling services to global aircraft owners.
A Finnish construction company has become the potential test case of a new focus from global regulators on antitrust issues in private equity.
Investment in green ‘can become the legacy of the energy crisis, after the short-term negative impact’, said Brocklebank.
‘As the largest owner of commercial real estate globally, we see huge synergy potential with Esdec to drive business and develop value,’ said Pinker of the rooftop solar mounting system provider.
Vimcar and Avrios to become ‘pan-European champion’, said Battery’s Zak Ewen.
Partners Group, Bain Capital and BC Partners are among PE firms making deals in the luxury segment.
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‘We invest in traditional companies that sometimes didn't know that they were providing more efficient products,’ said Roversi.
‘Contrary to popular belief, our belief is that there's a pretty strong manufacturing base across all of Europe,’ said Ewen.
In this third episode of our miniseries Private Markets and the End of Cheap Money, we explore key trends in private debt with Churchill's Randy Schwimmer, Oaktree's Milwood Hobbs Jr and more.

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