Why Fund Managers Remain So Fond Of Private EquityGuest Post
It is unclear what repercussions a Trump presidency will have on private equity. Its proposed repeal or dilution of the Dodd-Frank Act should encourage lending from banks, although that could negatively affect non-bank lending activities. Trump has also proposed to tackle the generous tax treatment of carried interest, the traditional freebies for PE dealmakers. Regardless, if fund managers have a choice in the matter, the sector has a great future.
Since 2008, private equity, hedge funds and private debt have continued to gain market share in their respective arenas of M&A, capital markets, and . . .
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