China Private Equity Chilled by ’Old Days’ Asking PricesCathy Chan
When Bob Partridge of Ernst & Young LLP was advising a global private-equity firm seeking to buy half of a Chinese kitchenware maker in December, due diligence revealed the company’s net income to be a third less than expected. Still, the founder insisted on his asking price, 23 percent higher than publicly listed peers.
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