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I recently sat down with the managing director of a private equity firm who I will call Paul. He preferred to remain unnamed after reading this interview and agreeing to my using it, but not wanting to have others know about his more personal side. MG: So, Paul, what constitutes success for your company? Paul: It’s not rocket science. We represent an investment vehicle to investors that want to see a significant return on investment (ROI) within three or a maximum of five years.
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