Tatsuo Kawasaki, co-founder and partner at Unison Capital, discusses why deal flow is growing in Japan’s middle market – not only in terms of volume, but also in seller type and sector scope
Q: Investor sentiment on Japan appears to be improving. Why is this? A: Sentiment is improving and deals are happening for a number of different reasons. There are some clear themes: large corporates...
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Private equity deal flow is increasing in Japan’s middle market, but buyers should be mindful that their responsibilities to sellers stretch well into the post-investment period, industry participants told the AVCJ Japan Forum.
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