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How to Exit as a PE CEO

Leading a private equity-backed business to a successful sale will test the mettle of any CEO.

Mary-Anne Baldwin finds out how it can be done by speaking to Adam Hodges, Charlie JohnstoneEwa Bielecka Rigby, Roger Taylor, John Allbrook and James Boot
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