Emerging Markets’ private equity fundraising and investment soared pre-2008 on the back of the credit bubble, plunged in the bust, and then … well, it kinda recovered, but not really.

According to FT, China and Brazil stand out with strong rebounds – in 2011 they both managed to smash pre-crisis fundraising records. Both countries recorded head-turning economic growth in 2010, luring western fund managers, but it seemed that the trend did not follow through in all BRICs. A lot of China’s high net worth individuals took a beating in 2012, and were reluctant to place more funds.

Source: FT


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