Asia specific – How The Carlyle Group is catering for Asia's new appetite for PE investments

As investors scramble to build their private equity allocations, PE groups are responding in kind in a bid to meet demand. Developing new products, however, is no easy task. If it is done in a vacuum, without genuine investor interest, or if a fund is developed too quickly, such that the manager is unable to deliver on the investment promise, the outcome is often bad. 

Which is precisely why the largest PE groups avoid such pitfalls. 

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