IPO transactions remain sluggish Private equity giants have to find new exit methods

EQT AB, one of Europe\’s largest private equity firms, said that more and more private equity giants are considering new ways to exit their portfolio companies – from private offerings to selling shares to competitors, they are looking for ways to Cash returned to investors

EQT AB, one of Europe\’s largest private equity firms, said that more and more private equity giants are considering new ways to exit their portfolio companies – from private offerings to selling shares to competitors. They are looking for ways to Cash is returned to investors.
EQT AB CEO Christian Sinding said in an interview at the Qatar Economic Forum that some private equity firms are facing pressure from limited partners to consider these new options.
At present, all companies in the industry are vigorously promoting exits in various forms.
Sinding said.
We\’ve invested a lot of money in the industry as a whole. But we haven\’t been able to make enough exits.
Private equity relies on a cycle of raising money to make an acquisition, exiting through a sale or IPO, and then returning the money to investors.
After that, private placements seek more money from many of the same investors, and then do it all over again.
All this has been disrupted in recent years. The stock capital market has been cold and trading activity has dropped sharply.
As a result, private equity firms are currently considering options like private offerings, through which early investors in a company can transfer their shares to new investors.

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