In an interview with Wall Street Journal, Jay Clayton, Chairman of SEC, indicated that SEC wants to make it easier for individuals to invest in private companies, including some of the world’s hottest startups.
Reuters Reports: China’s private equity industry is cooling, with fundraising on course for one of its worst years since the global financial crisis and returns under pressure, hurt by tighter domestic liquidity following Beijing’s war on debt and Sino-U.S. trade tensions. “For yuan-denominated funds, indeed some of the industry’s previous fundraising [...]
With sky high valuations and massive inflows, is there a private equity bubble? That is the question Fortune posed to an industry insider - Antoine Dréan - the question and the answer is a no, that there is no private equity bubble. Dream is currently involved in Palico, a digital marketplace that [...]