Private Equity Yearbook 2000

  • Asia overview

    The Worst of Times, The Best of Times Contributed by Asia Private Equity Review

  • Hong Kong

    By Gavin Nesbitt, Partner and Noeleen Farrell, Associate of Deacons Graham & James, Hong Kong

  • Japan

    The Changing Venture Capital Market By Grant E Finlayson and Makiko Ushijima of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, Tokyo

  • Korea

    Investment in Private Equity and Venture Capital Hee Chul Kang and Young-Cheol Jeong of Woo, Yun, Kang, Jeong & Han, Seoul

  • European overview

    New Records Again Contributed by the European Private Equity and Venture Capital Association, Belgium

  • Belgium

    The legal aspects of private equity By Peter Bienenstock of Loeff Claeys Verbeke, Brussels

  • Belgium

    Managing Venture Capital Exits Paul Hermant of Loeff Claeys Verbeke, Brussels

  • Finland

    By Jyrki Tähtinen and Jari Vikjö of Borenius & Kemppinen, Helsinki

  • Germany

    Private Equity and Venture Capital funds Hans-Jürgen A Feyerabend and Horst Mertes of KPMG, Frankfurt

  • Germany

    Structuring management buy-outs Daniela Weber-Rey, Pünder, Volhard, Weber & Axster, Frankfurt am Main Christopher Kellett, Clifford Chance, Frankfurt am Main

  • Italy

    Structuring private equity transactions and active funds By Alberto Toffoletto and Paolo Montironi of Negri-Clementi, Toffoletto, Montironi & Soci

  • The Netherlands

    By Johan D Kleyn, Jan Louis Burggraaf & Willem JH Wiggers* * Allen & Overy, Amsterdam effective as of January 1 2000

  • United Kingdom

    Private Equity Exits: Anticipating and Controlling the Process Andrew J Roberts is a partner in the Private Equity Group of City law firm Dibb Lupton Alsop, London