Another town, another train …
I will be spending the next week travelling through Europe (London, Zurich and Ireland). Although I am not looking forward to the long-haul flights, a whole variety of interesting appointments should make this a very worthwhile trip.
The visit will give me the chance to gauge first-hand investor sentiment in the European area, which seems to be faced with a rapidly deteriorating economic climate.
I will also be sharing ideas with potential investors on a number of lucrative private equity deals in South Africa and the rest of the African continent. Any private equity managers interested in hearing about these opportunities should drop me a line.
My itinerary is going to be rather tight, but there will always be a few gaps to enjoy a cup of coffee (or glass of wine) with readers wishing to meet up.
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