Jeffrey Perlman, managing director and head of Southeast Asia at Warburg Pincus, says the private equity firm remains a long-term investor in its markets. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Jeffrey Perlman, managing director and head of Southeast Asia at Warburg Pincus, says the private equity firm remains a long-term investor in its markets. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Jeffrey Perlman, managing director and head of Southeast Asia at Warburg Pincus, says the private equity firm remains a long-term investor in its markets. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Warburg Pincus sees tougher competition in Southeast Asia, as trade war tempers private equity deals in China

  • Investors have ‘woken up’ to the opportunities in Southeast Asia, according to Jeffrey Perlman, Warburg Pincus’s head of Southeast Asia
  • The growing appetite for deals is ‘a good thing’ as private equity firms consider exits from existing investments, Perlman said

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Jeffrey Perlman, managing director and head of Southeast Asia at Warburg Pincus, says the private equity firm remains a long-term investor in its markets. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Jeffrey Perlman, managing director and head of Southeast Asia at Warburg Pincus, says the private equity firm remains a long-term investor in its markets. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Jeffrey Perlman, managing director and head of Southeast Asia at Warburg Pincus, says the private equity firm remains a long-term investor in its markets. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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