The future looks bleak -- for private equity funds, at least. So says Thomas von Koch, CEO and managing partner in Stockholm-based private equity fund, EQT, which is controlled by the Wallenberg family.
Over the years, EQT has raised more than EUR 50 billion from pension fund investors and currently has a global portfolio of 210 companies with nearly 110,000 employees and annual sales of EUR 19 billion.
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