Gateway Partners's CEO on Negative Rates, Private Equity, Aramco IPO

Gateway Partners's CEO on Negative Rates, Private Equity, Aramco IPO

Viswanathan Shankar, chief executive officer at Gateway Partners, discusses the concept of negative rates pushing up private equity values, the flow of money into private equity and the Aramco IPO.
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