The Private Equity Industry in Japan and Korea
China, Korea and Japan share many common characteristics such as the rapid industrial development and the role finance played in that process. Capital sourcing and intermediation in these countries is dominated by indirect or bank-centered financing and not by the direct or capital-market financing. Both in Japan and Korea the role played by private equity and venture capital in intermediating capital does not reflect the level of economic maturity and does not meet the professed national goal of liberalizing the capital markets. Some of the key characteristics and emerging trends of the Japanese and Korean private equity industry are presented to provide a solid basis for comparative implications for China.
Tongji University, School of Economics and Management, Yuntong Building
Room 221, No. 50 Chifeng Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai 200092, China
Dr. Daniel Roh, Visiting Research Scholar, International Institute for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, Japan
1:30PM - 4:30PM
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