You’re likely familiar with the basics of private equity investing: PE funds invest in private companies and other assets with the aim of later selling their stakes at a profit, typically after five to seven years. The term “private equity” encompasses a wide variety of fund strategies with various objectives. Some funds invest seed capital in promising start-ups, while others try to turn around the fortunes of struggling industrial giants.
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