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Wrong foot first

14 April 2014 By Robert Cyran

Madison Dearborn is getting $6.25 bln for the money manager it bought in the bubble. It should be a loss. But a mix of refinancing debt, buying a partner’s stake on the cheap and lucrative side investments helped the private equity firm break even. In this case, that’s a victory.

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