Private Equity Sees Signs of Life After Dreary Stretch

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Brian Lenihan on the Future of the Private Equity Market

Boston Business Journal

 | October 12, 2009

 | Brian Lenihan

Brian Lenihan, co-chair of private equity, was quoted in the Boston Business Journal article “Private Equity Sees Signs of Life After Dreary Stretch,” which reviewed the general state and future prospects of the private equity market.  Mr. Lenihan discussed the benefits of recent developments in the PE community, like Google's plan to return to its pre-recession acquisition strategy, and where he sees future growth for venture capital, saying “What I think will drive venture capital activity is when the technology M&A market really gains a head of steam.”



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