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18 August 2014 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

As companies flex their stock and synergy muscles in this year’s M&A revival, private equity firms have resorted to buying mainly from each other. So-called pass-the-parcel deals tend to generate weaker returns. Limited partners could justifiably seek curbs on their use.

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