For Italian companies to take full advantage of LBO structures in private equity deals, investors and vendors must reassess what they hope to achieve with the new framework provided by reforms to the civil code, says Mark Sperotto
Figures recently released by Initiative Europe showed that the aggregate value of European private equity deals in 2002 was e62.9bn (£41.7bn), representing sustained activity in the sector through difficult economic conditions. Against this backdrop, individual country data show that Italy contributed less than 3% by volume and more than 6% by value to the European private equity market in 2002.
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