How do Private Equity funds manage companies differently to that of public listed companies?

Managing a Private Equity company is not much different than managing a public listed company.

However, given that PE funds typically hold underlying investee companies only for five to six years bring a sense of immediacy to the game. Also, the use of leverage makes running a PE funded business much riskier and there is a laser focused approach on cash flow as it is critical to servicing the mountain of debt used to fund the deal.


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