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The End of the Private Equity Boom? Officials Warn of Higher Borrowing Costs and Risk Environment

BySamantha Jones

Mar 27, 2024
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Private equity firms are facing higher borrowing costs and a potential reversal of the boom that has been ongoing, according to officials from the Bank of England’s financial policy committee. They have expressed concerns about leverage, transparency, and valuations in private markets. Despite rising prices and an uncertain outlook, the risk environment remains challenging and there is an increased likelihood of a sharp correction in some markets.

Officials from the BoE have emphasized the importance of understanding the interconnections between private equity firms and UK companies that rely on them for funding. They have highlighted the vulnerability of finance for riskier corporates in the event of a significant deterioration in investor risk sentiment. The BoE has pledged to conduct further work on this issue to better understand and address potential risks to financial stability.

By Samantha Jones

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