Despite much discussion by politicians, commentators, and special interest groups, capital gain tax policy has remained largely unchanged since 1990. In 2021, the incoming Biden administration threatens to disrupt the status quo through a progressive tax policy that will have near-term and long-term ramifications throughout the private equity market.
The private equity market entered 2020 riding 10+ years of momentum. However, the COVID-19 pandemic and associated market uncertainty have put the brakes on new deals and forced investors to alter their strategies. While some reactionary GP strategies were focused on near-term survival, we predict others are here to stay as investors adopt to the “new normal”.
BCE’s new series on how organizations can position for a market rebound begins with a look at how to think about adjacent market growth: In the post COVID-19 landscape, businesses across sectors and sizes are facing dramatically different operating environments. They have seen markets for their products and services collapse, have been forced to repurpose … Continue reading Positioning for the Rebound: BCE’s Adjacent Market Framework
BCE has developed a portfolio strategy framework to assist clients in assessing their current mix of products and services in context of the current total market, expansion of that market, and innovation. The framework approach allows the client to move beyond data analysis to action – how to capture share, build the portfolio, change the … Continue reading BCE Portfolio Management Framework
A leading medical device manufacturer seeks to accelerate new market entry via inorganic investment.Read more: Medical Device Adjacent Market Analysis Case Study