The second quarter of 2011 witnessed the highest ever level of private equity exits on record. However, the majority were achieved by leveraged buyouts funded by the easy availability of leveraged loans. This brings back uncomfortable memories and does not bode well for the private equity industry. At the same time, in the UK, the business model is in the firing line for its application to care services. Can private equity redeem itself?

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