Gardere's Larry Glasgow Comments on the Private Investment Market


The Dallas Business Journal covered the fluctuating activity of private investment funds. Gardere's Larry E. Glasgow commented on the private investment market, noting the increasing number of private investment deals.

"We've been seeing more deals, although it's still what I would call choppy," Mr. Glasgow said. "We'll go through a two to three month period where we have almost more than we can handle, then go through a two to three month period where it slows down. In terms of private equity. There's a lot of money sitting on the sidelines waiting to be deployed. I think people are just trying to become comfortable with the current economic landscape."

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