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Fresh row stalls Parliament vote on private equity
Date 11/05/2010 13:16  Author webmaster  Hits 449  Language Global

11 MAY 2010

Euractiv

The contested draft EU hedge funds and private equity law has hit another snag as MEPs quarrel over whether private equity takeovers should be stripping their target companies' assets from the ground up.

A vote on the draft Alternative Investment Funds Managers Directive has been postponed as the European Parliament's economics committee (ECON) and the legal affairs committee (JURI) disagree on how much scope private equity firms should have in company takeovers.

In essence, the ECON committee is seeking to restrict so-called 'asset stripping' in private equity takeovers to ensure the long-term health of companies, while JURI wants to leave current rules in the draft directive as they are.

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