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Slowly, slowly

4 September 2008 By Robert Cyran

How much should investors entrust to buyout firms after the LBO bust? Skewed returns and the effect of leverage leave the answer murky and investors uncertain. That may help explain why private equity funds have managed to raise a lot this year, but not as much as in 2007.

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