Survival and Growth of Chinese PEs and VCs


So you’ve heard of the global recession. What are you doing about it? It’s not really an unusual question—your PE and VC colleagues are asking the same thing and waiting for someone else to answer it. Most have sat on the sidelines to see when others will jump into the market and start putting money to work. Given the highly uncertain outlook for the immediate future, Chinese PEs and VCs are understandably anxious about their survival and potential for growth against the backdrop of the economical meltdown.

But in any economy, there is money to be made and deals to do.

The Chinese word “Wei Ji” perfectly describes the potential that is present in the current economic climate. Roughly translated, Wei Ji means “Risk and Opportunity.” In other words, where there is increased risk of failure, there is also dramatically increased potential for success. Despite the fact that Chinese PEs and VCs are currently weathering an economy unlike any seen in past 80 years, now is the time for Chinese PEs and VCs to seize investment opportunities that will blossom in 3-7 years.

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