Private Equity

Private Equity - Private Equity FIN 461 Professor Thomas...

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Private Equity FIN 461 Professor Thomas Boulton “Back to the Future Again: Private Equity After the Crisis” Joseph V. Rizzi, 2009, Journal of Applied Finance
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Private Equity Private equity (PE) is broadly defined to include the following forms of investment: Leveraged buyout Growth capital Mezzanine capital Venture capital PE is both an asset class and a source of investment capital that enables high net worth individuals, institutions, university endowments and governments to invest in the ownership of private companies. PE firms raise the funds, identify suitable targets for investment, perform in-depth research and due diligence on target companies, and manage the investment on behalf of their investors.
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Largest PE Firms Source: Private Equity International
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Private Equity Structure: Usually organized as management partnerships or limited liability partnerships that act as holding companies for several PE funds General partners (GPs) invest in the fund and raise money from
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