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A Private Equity Investment
- (Equity investments) Many companies offer us an opportunity to actually own a piece of their company. You can buy 'shares,' commonly known as stocks, in the company. Your investment returns are then related to how profitable and successful that company has been, and may go up or down.
- (equity investments) Ownership shares in a company. Also known as shares and stocks.
- In accounting and finance, equity is the residual claim or interest of the most junior class of investors in assets, after all liabilities are paid. If valuations placed on assets do not exceed liabilities, negative equity exists.
- an enlisted man of the lowest rank in the Army or Marines; "our prisoner was just a private and knew nothing of value"
- (of thoughts and feelings) Not to be shared with or revealed to others
- Belonging to or for the use of one particular person or group of people only
- confined to particular persons or groups or providing privacy; "a private place"; "private discussions"; "private lessons"; "a private club"; "a private secretary"; "private property"; "the former President is now a private citizen"; "public figures struggle to maintain a private life"
- (of a situation, activity, or gathering) Affecting or involving only a particular person or group of people
- individual(a): concerning one person exclusively; "we all have individual cars"; "each room has a private bath"
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Venture Capital and Private Equity: A Casebook
The private equity and venture capital industry has become a leading pillar of modern investment, growing from $5 billion in 1980 to more than $530 billion in 2006. Yet many of its features remain puzzling even to advanced business students.
Whether you are an MBA student, a private equity investor grappling with the industry's changes, or an investor interested in private equity as a potential investment, Venture Capital & Private Equity: A Casebook, Fourth Edition will shed light on the history and workings of this complex area and prepare you for a career in the prestigious and profitable world of venture capital and private equity.
All Saints CEO confirms two new investors
The high end fashion retailer has reached the final stages of an investment deal with Goode Partners and Lion Capital, which will be confirmed after the Bank Holiday weekend. All Saint’s shareholders and bank lenders came to an agreement on Wednesday afternoon regarding the ?102 million investment the private equity firms will provide the retailer with. The legal documentation needed to complete the deal is likely to be signed after the weekend. Stephen Craig, chief executive of All Saints said: “All Saints has two new and influential partners. They are bringing more than just cash. Their knowledge and expertise in international retail will enable us to keep growing and develop the brand.” Both investors will enter the All Saints deal with substantial backgrounds in retail. US based Goode Partners, an investor in several luxury retail operations was keen to enlist the support of Lion Capital, who has previously invested in Jimmy Choo and La Senza. In light of the capital injection, All Saint’s lender Lloyds Banking Group is expected to extend the retailer’s banking facility from ?28.5 million to more than ?30 million.
Growth Investment Network, East Midlands held a presentastion evening of "Entrepreneurs and Investors" at the Silverstone Innovation Centre, Northamptonsire on Wed. In the picture, answering questions from the audience are the three speakers, from the left, Nick Wright of East Midlands Early Growth Fund, Phil McCauley of Blackstar Amplification and Alex Tew of Million Dollar Homepage.
a private equity investment
Introduction to Private Equity is a critical yet grounded guide to the private equity industry. Far more than just another introductory guide, the book blends academic rigour with practical experience to provide a critical perspective of the industry from a professional who has worked at many levels within the industry, including insurance, funds of funds, funds and portfolio companies.
The book looks at private equity from the point of view of the individual or the business. How is a private business valued? How is the acquisition transaction processed? What are the due diligence issues that should be considered before moving ahead? A valuable insight to a rather opaque market.
Introduction to Private Equity covers the private equity industry as a whole, highlighting its historical development in order to put its recent development into perspective. The book covers its organization, governance and function, then details the various segments within the industry, including LBO, Venture Capital, Mezzanine Financing, Growth Capital and beyond. Finally, it offers a framework to anticipate and understand its future developments.
It provides a balanced perspective on the current corporate governance challenges which are affecting the industry and draws perspective to understand the evolution of the sector, following one of its major crises.