China’s Private Equity Records First Rebound In Exits After Three Down Years

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After three years of dwindling exits, Chinese private equity funds finally achieved a rebound in investment exits last year. In 2014, a total of 232 exits were recorded, up from 126 in 2013, according to a research report by global accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The rebound was driven by both an increase in exits through initial public offers, as well as strategic exits via mergers and acquisitions. There were 114 IPO exits and 111 strategic exits, up from 35 and 85, respectively, in 2013.

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