September 18, 2012
Interviewed by: David Snow
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Decline of PE Was “Massive Exaggeration”

The glass is half-full for Peter Cornelius, Chief Economist for AlpInvest, an affiliate of The Carlyle Group and one of the world’s largest private equity programs. Cornelius concludes that, in spite of challenges, the world’s asset class has “room for attractive investment opportunities.”

In an interview with Privcap, Cornelius analyzes the European private equity scene and notes that dire predictions about the private equity failure rate have proven to be “massive exaggerations.”

This program is sponsored by and was produced at the annual conference of SECA, the Swiss Private Equity & Corporate Finance Association.

The glass is half-full for Peter Cornelius, Chief Economist for AlpInvest, an affiliate of The Carlyle Group and one of the world’s largest private equity programs. Cornelius concludes that, in spite of challenges, the world’s asset class has “room for attractive investment opportunities.”

In an interview with Privcap, Cornelius analyzes the European private equity scene and notes that dire predictions about the private equity failure rate have proven to be “massive exaggerations.”

This program is sponsored by and was produced at the annual conference of SECA, the Swiss Private Equity & Corporate Finance Association.

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