December 18, 2011
Interviewed by: David Snow
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Emerging Momentum

While developed nations debate whether private equity is force for good or ill, in the emerging markets “private equity is seen as an absolutely critical source of growth capital to fund economic development,” according to Sarah Alexander, Founding President and CEO of the Emerging Markets Private Equity Association (EMPEA).

In a conversation with Privcap, Alexander describes the incredible advances made by the private equity asset class in emerging economies, and the role that EMPEA played and continues to play in promoting these markets. She discusses the efforts of EMPEA to educate regulators and institutional investors in the emerging markets, as well as to gather and unlock data.

While developed nations debate whether private equity is force for good or ill, in the emerging markets “private equity is seen as an absolutely critical source of growth capital to fund economic development,” according to Sarah Alexander, Founding President and CEO of the Emerging Markets Private Equity Association (EMPEA).

In a conversation with Privcap, Alexander describes the incredible advances made by the private equity asset class in emerging economies, and the role that EMPEA played and continues to play in promoting these markets. She discusses the efforts of EMPEA to educate regulators and institutional investors in the emerging markets, as well as to gather and unlock data.

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