Private Equity Targets and Post Investment Performance: A Study of the Corporate Sector in the North and Regions

Executive Summary This report contributes to policy efforts to transform Northern growth, rebalance the UK economy and establish the North as a global powerhouse. We utilise a unique corporate level database covering the period 1998-present to analyse the characteristics of the corporate sector in the North of England with a view to identifying the size […]

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Welcome to the Credit Management Research Centre. The CMRC was established at Leeds University Business School in 1998, with funding from the Institute of Credit Management, commercial sponsors from the credit industry and government departments. CMRC has enjoyed ten years of continual support from the credit profession and government. The unique focus of CMRC is to engage in a research program that combines academic rigour with practitioner and policy relevance. CMRC's mandate, to create and disseminate knowledge, goes hand in hand with building strong relationships with the credit industry and policy makers. Given our location in the fastest growing credit and financial services centre in the UK, it stands to reason that we consider industry partnerships as a critical factor in our commitment to dynamic and relevant research, innovative teaching, and exceptional post graduate courses.

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Private Equity Targets and Post Investment Performance: A Study of the Corporate Sector in the North and Regions

Executive Summary This report contributes to policy efforts to transform Northern growth, rebalance the UK economy and establish the North as a global powerhouse. We utilise a unique corporate level database covering the period 1998-present to analyse the characteristics of the corporate sector in the North of England with a view to identifying the size […]

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  research by Nick Wilson (CMRC) and coauthors Mike Wright (Imperial College) and Louise Scholes (Durham) was reported in the press (example below) http://realbusiness.co.uk/article/19873-family-businesses-are-more-stable-due-to-diverse-boards http://www.publicserviceeurope.com/article/3514/family-firms-more-likely-to-survive-than-others http://www.cps.org.uk/blog/q/date/2014/02/11/why-family-firms-should-be-encouraged/