El escenario del capital privado en Latinoamérica « Capital Privado « Downloads
|Date posted||March 8, 2014|
|Tags||gabriel rosado, latinoamerica, estudio, capital emprendedor, capital privado, venture capital, private equity|
Gabriel Rosado describes how Private Equity is increasing its presence in Emerging Markets because developed countries have more barriers to entry as it is more crowded by funds looking for benefits. PE in Latin America has been difficult to predict because of the characteristics of the region. However, with the new economic outlook and the stability of the region over the last ten years, both politically and economically, countries have begun to show promising and sustainable growth, getting the attention of several VC and PE funds. In this new scenario opportunities to invest in high quality, private companies have increased, supported by socio economic trends that have allowed millions of people to become part of the middle class, with this activating the economy and the quality of the enterprises. This paper analyses the private equity outlook and opportunities across the principal countries in Latin America, focusing in the main causes that the author believes would be relevant for investors.