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|| The next five years of MENA private equity - Report

menapenextfiveyears.jpgINSEAD Abu Dhabi in partnership with PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) has released a new report on Private Equity entitled “The next five years: MENA PE”.

This research examines the recent impact of the Middle East unrest on PE firms, as well as the key drivers and trends that will shape the PE landscape in the next five years. It is based on interviews with leading global and regional GPs and LPs investing in the region, as well as on a web-based survey.

You can download the report from here.



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