ICAEW’s Corporate Finance Faculty published the third edition of its highly influential book Private Equity Demystified. In this section we examine the motivations and constraints of each of the major participants in the private equity market. We summarise the academic evidence to date on the activities of private equity firms and their impact on companies and wider stakeholder groups. We then go on to clarify the principles that underlie the taxation status in the UK of the various parties.
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