Albright Capital Managing Principal Gregory Bowes recently spoke with Luis Garcia of the WSJ Pro Private Equity on Latin America’s recovery and the region's attractiveness for private investors.
October 2, 2018
Albright Capital CIO John Yonemoto discussed investment opportunities in Brazil with the Wall Street Journal.
September 24, 2018
Albright Capital CIO John Yonemoto discussed how years of underinvestment have resulted in attractive investment opportunities in Argentina.
September 12, 2018
The Albright Capital team collaborated on an article published in Pensions & Investments, which discusses the current situation in Argentina.
June 21, 2018
Global duty-free retailer Flemingo International BVI Ltd, a portfolio company of Albright Capital, will buy back the entire stake held by private equity investors post the listing of its Indian entity on the stock exchanges BSE and NSE in the coming months.
April 10, 2018
Albright Capital's Managing Principal Gregory Bowes and CIO John Yonemoto discussed South Korea's economic development model with Chief Investment Officer.
March 19, 2018
Speaking with Chief Investment Officer, Albright Capital CIO John Yonemoto discussed the downward effects of China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ policy on local emerging markets.
March 14, 2018
Latin Finance recently profiled Albright Capital and Managing Director Pieter Wernink to understand how the firm applies its value-oriented approach across E.M. to find quality mid-market opportunities that fall outside of traditional private investment mandates.
In the article, Pieter specifically discusses the Albright Capital’s investment approach in Latin America and its track record in the region. He provides some insight into the growth story behind a few of the firm’s key investments, noting several unique deal structures and risk mitigation tactics the firm has used in the region.
Pieter also discussed opportunities that may lie on the horizon for private investors.
February 20, 2018
Albright Capital Co-Founder and Managing Partner Greg Bowes appeared on Bloomberg Markets Radio (p.m.) discussing private capital investment themes in emerging markets with co-hosts Carol Massar and Pimm Fox. Greg discussed his outlook for E.M. private investments amid large currency swings and provided his perspective on what LPs should be demanding when allocating to the sector. The interview also covered Albright Capital’s strategy for identifying attractive assets and how the firm came to be a founding investor in Helios Towers Africa, the first pan-African cell tower company.
Listen to the interview here: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/audio/2018-02-20/greg-bowes-on-emerging-markets
October 3, 2017
Dollar U-turn could call time on 2017's emerging market boon
Read the full article on Reuters.
Bloomberg's Ainslie Chandler interviewed Albright Capital's C-founder and Managing Principal Greg Bowes about his views on why investors are still hesitant to put money into traditional emerging-markets private equity strategies.
Read the full article on Bloomberg Briefs.
August 16, 2017
Albright Capital puts a value lens on emerging markets
A recent feature in Opalesque highlights Albright Capital Management’s unique value oriented approach to emerging markets. In the piece, Gregory Bowes, Co-Founder and Managing Principal, goes into detail about the firm’s focus on mid-market companies and individual transactions rather than geographic locations.
Read the full article on Opalesque.
August 4, 2017
Albright's Fund to Benefit from Power Woes in Australia
On August 1, APR Energy, an Albright Capital portfolio company, secured a contract to supply the South Australian government with a new fast-start power plant made up of nine turbines to help avert potential shortages over summer. The company also filled the breach for Tasmania last year when an under-sea power cable to the mainland failed.
In the article, APR Energy's executive chairman John Campion discusses the transaction and the invaluable involvement of Ms Madeleine Albright and Albright Capital Management.
Read the full article on The Australian Financial Review.
Albright Capital Management recently closed on its fourth fund. Since inception, the firm has invested more than $640 million on behalf of institutional investors, including fund and co-investments. SIPIV represents $150 million of committed capital, with a like amount of co-investment capacity, for a total of approximately $300 million.
TheStreet recently featured Albright Capital Management and several big name hedge funds that are betting on distressed emerging-market bonds. The piece leans on Greg Bowes, Co-Founder and Managing Principal, to provide his insights as an expert on emerging markets private investing.
In the article, Bowes discusses Albright Capital Management's perspective on emerging markets and how the rapid increase in corporate debt in these areas may be an indicator that a crisis is imminent. Bowes also points out the opportunities this could raise for investors.
Read the full article on TheStreet.