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Venture capital and private equity : a casebook

Author: Josh Lerner; Felda Hardymon; Ann Leamon
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, c 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3. edView all editions and formats
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Over the past 20 years, the private equity industry has undergone tremendous growth and sweeping changes. With the growth of Private Equity investing, it is imperative that financial professionals  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Fallstudiensammlung
Case studies
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Josh Lerner; Felda Hardymon; Ann Leamon
ISBN: 0471230693 9780471230694
OCLC Number: 250024990
Description: VI, 570 S. : ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
Contents: Introduction. 1. Private Equity Today and Tomorrow. 2. Martin Smith: January 2002. Module 1: The Private Equity Cycle: Fundraising.3. Yale University Investments Office: June 2003.4. Acme Investment Trust: January 2001.5. A Note on private equity partnership agreements.6. Grove Street Advisors. 7. A Note on the private equity fundraising process.8. Gold Hill Venture Leasing.Module 2: The Private Equity Cycle: Investing. 9. Adams Capital Management: March 2002. 10. Martin Smith: May 2002. 11. AIT Group PLC. 12. A Note on valuation in private equity settings. 13. A Note on European private equity. 14. Brazes Partners: The CoMark LBO. 15. Montagu Private Equity. 16. Metapath Securities : September 1997. 17. A Note on private equity securities. 18. Endeca Technologies (A). 19. Chengwei Ventures and the hdt Investment. 20. A Note on private equity in developing countries. Module 3: The Private Equity Cycle: Exiting. 21. Apax Partners and Xerium S.A. 22. The Exxel Group: March 2001. 23. A Note on the initial public offering process. 24. Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Valuation and Distribution in Private Equity. Module 4: The Private Equity Cycle: New Frontiers. 25. Battery Ventures. 26. Accel Partners' European Launch. 27. In-Q-Tel. 28. A Note on Corporate Venture Capital. 29. 3i Group PLC. Appendix: A Note on Private Equity Information Sources.Glossary.Index.
Responsibility: Josh Lerner ; Felda Hardymon ; Ann Leamon.
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