Leon Black: we’re selling everything that’s not nailed down

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Leon Black: we're selling everything that's not nailed down

Leon Black, Chairman and CEO, Apollo Global Management, LLC spoke at the Milken Conference this morning.

Steve Case the foudner of AOL, tweeted this pretty bearish quote from Leon Black:

H/T Sam Ro

After a flat 2012 in the private equity market, competitive deal-making has intensified worldwide. Aging assets requiring exit, restructuring and rebirth are waiting to be sold. The current period of low-cost financing, strong stock markets and accelerating growth bodes well for new directions in the industry. However, recent moves by banking regulators, including a redefinition of highly leveraged transactions, could dampen underwriting by financial institutions that participate in buyouts or refinancing leveraged firms’ debt. The costs of fixing companies could rise, and such investments could be deterred. Our panel will discuss how the PE industry is adjusting to change in the regulatory and fiscal environments. What sector and geographic trends are fueling these new directions in private equity?

The full video is embedded below:

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