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Private equity restructurings to double: AlixPartners

AlixPartners poll of restructuring experts finds the number of PE financial overhauls is expected to double in the coming year

A fresh wave of restructurings of private equity-owned company investments
will hit Europe in the coming year according to a new survey by AlixPartners,
the business advisory giant.

Two-thirds of global restructuring experts polled were preparing for twice
the volume of such restructurings in the coming year compared to last, while a
further 16 per cent believe the volume will be more than twice as high.

AlixPartners added the sectors expected to undergo the most restructuring
activity are the commercial real estate and the automotive industries.

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