This publication focuses on the top 10 considerations that private equity firms should consider as they evaluate their strategies and make investments, as well as ways Internal Audit can help.
KPMG in South Africa announces the appointment of Michael Rudnicki as the head of Private Equity (PE), effective 1 September 2015.
Now in its 15th year, the KPMG-SAVCA Private Equity Industry Survey represents over 90 percent of total South African private equity funds by value.
The latest 2015 KPMG and SAVCA Private Equity Survey covers the 2014 calendar year, reflects an expanded industry with R171.1 billion in funds under management as at 31 December, a slight increase from the start of that year.
Appetite for private equity has expanded 17% in 2013 to a record R162bn under management even as the JSE rollercoaster rockets to unprecedented heights.
The 2014 KPMG and SAVCA Venture Capital and Private Equity Industry Performance Survey indicates increasing investor appetite for private equity, with the asset class expanding by 17% in 2013 to reach R162.2 billion in funds under management.
The latest KPMG and SAVCA survey reflects an expanded industry with R162.2 billion in funds under management as at 31 December 2013.
Find out how the Venture Capital and Private Equity industry in South Africa is performing in the face of tough economic condition - KPMG
Last year, the local private equity industry maintained its position, with funds under management growing year-on-year by 1.4 percent to R115.8 billion.
The South African Private Equity (PE) market continued to display ongoing resilience and performed more positively than peer sectors abroad during 2010.
In this edition, you can read more about doing business in Africa, the road to COP17 in Durban, the mining industry, B-BBEE targets, the South African proposal for health sector reform, the seventh wave of M&A and much more!
KPMG’s Global Infrastructure practice, in conjunction with Infrastructure Journal announced the Infrastructure 100 – a showcase of the most impactful infrastructure projects from around the world.
The Infrastructure 100 is a report on infrastructure projects from around the world, as selected by independent judging panels due to their scale, complexity, innovation and impact on society.
Values in the South African markets remain higher than international norms and while the industry is still cautious about 2010, it is expecting an increase in activity in 2011.
A Sponsor-Initiated independent business review ("IBR") is an unbiased analysis of the business, commissioned by the equity sponsor to achieve an optimal negotiated outcome with stakeholders.