MEKONG CAPITAL CASE STUDY - THREE YEARS ON: INTERVIEW WITH CHRIS FREUND, MANAGING DIRECTOR AND FOUNDER OF MEKONG CAPITAL, AND ELI TALMOR
Monday, September 2, 2013
In 2010 the Coller Institute of Private Equity at London Business School completed the Mekong Capital case study, "MEKONG CAPITAL: THE IMPORTANCE OF CORPORATE CULTURE IN EMERGING MARKET PRIVATE EQUITY".
The study tells the story of the first dedicated Vietnamese private equity company, Mekong Capital, and of investing in Vietnam.
Three years later, Chris Freund, Managing Director and Founder of Mekong Capital, talks to Eli Talmor of the Coller Institute about lessons learned.
We thank Chris Freund for taking the time and for sharing his experience and insights.
For the full case study, please refer to the Coller Institute text book "INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE EQUITY" by Eli Talmor and Florin Vasvari.
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