Carlyle’s head of Japanese operations predicts a surge in private equity trading. Business environment after the new corona Also, as the pressure on companies to achieve carbon neutrality increases, a wave of acquisitions and spin-offs will rush.
In an interview with the Financial Times, Kazuhiro Yamada said the pandemic accelerated the sale of assets and the purchase of new technologies among Japanese companies that may have previously taken years to make such a decision. Said that.
“Consumer behavior and [the] As a result of Covid-19, the business model has changed dramatically, forcing the hit companies to undertake structural reforms, “said Yamada, who said cheap funding from Japanese megabanks was for private equity. He added that the environment was particularly attractive.
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