Private equity

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  • Rjr Nabisco Case Study

    1. Henry Kravis is a successful businessman and an American billionaire. He is a cofounder of firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR), a private equity firm with about $94.3 billion in asset in 2013. (Wikipedia) He was born in 1944 and his father was a successful petroleum engineer. He studied economics, moved to New York, and worked in finance field. He went back to school in 1967 and enrolled in Columbia’s MBA program. He began to join partners at Bear Steams with his cousin George Roberts in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Henry Kravis and George Robert were two great corporate finance managers. They made a deal called bootstrapping that is known as a leveraged buyout. Then, George Roberts and he left Bear Steams and established their own firm…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Common Stock

    If you have only equity financing (which either uses funds injected into the business or equity raised through share offerings), you won’t benefit from any of the tax deductions that debt financing provides, and if you only have debt financing, your financial leverage will be greater but your overall profits will suffer and you run the risk of becoming insolvent if you don’t remain liquid enough to pay your short term debt obligations. Therefore, conducting extensive research on the right mix…

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  • Dingman Center Angels: A Case Study

    University of Maryland. More specifically I will be pitching this idea to Justin Label, of Inner Loop Capital. Inner Loop Capital operates as a seed investment firm for developing technological start-ups. Justin has been quoted saying, “"I moved to Maryland in 2014 and began working as a full-time angel investor in 2015. The Dingman Center has been my ‘second office’ ever since. I met my first angel investment through the Dingman Center Angels. DCA is indispensable to my work as a Maryland…

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  • Venture Nursery: The Startup Crisis In India

    “I was happy when Mr Modi spoke, he’s a great orator. I was depressed when I read the 40 page Action Plan,” says Ravi Kiran, the blunt speaking co-founder of Venture Nursery, an angel-backed start-up accelerator. Amidst the euphonious speech delivered by the Prime minister Narendra Modi at a New Delhi 's Vigyaan Bhawan for the Startup India workshop, there was also the existence of the thought obviating that maybe there is too much money chasing too few ideas. The Prime Minister divulged the…

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  • Chameleon Shoes Case Study

    In fact, bootstrapping is the best option because it does not put an entrepreneur in debt. This capital financing method is used in the pre start-up phase of a business such that the chameleon shoes venture is launched at low capital costs ( Thereafter, it is purely funded from its profits as it is continually established. In this way, the business will not have to bear the burden of debt or give part the company’s ownership through equity. However, the disadvantage of this…

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  • Pros And Cons Of An Angel Investor

    The angel investor is looking to do business with other business people. Their interest is in investing with a chance to grow with the business and what it might mean for them. They are investing billions of dollars in thousands of companies today (Bell, 2007). Exploring what the angel investor is and why they invest will give some answers as to why they might be a good partner. What makes an offer attractive to the angel investor, and the differences between angel investors and venture…

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  • Sherwood Wong Case Study Essay

    1) Based on Lyle Wong case study, I consider Lyle as entrepreneur. The first reason is Lyle have big ideas. Lyle dream big and think big, he was come out with ideas that haven’t been tested and work on it before. And he believe that his ideas is possible to success if he try to work on it with right way. The second reason is that I can see in this case study, Lyle love to take risk. Entrepreneurship involves recognizing, and he being willing to accept the risk that the venture may success or…

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  • Purinex Case Study

    financing might take six months to be finished. Hence, we are going to decide which the best option for the company that provide low risk, cash, and high values. First of all, if the company choose venture capital, the company would face large number of restrictions and it might be not the best option for the company. Nevertheless, the firm would ensure 10 million, this amount may take approximately 3 months to finish the company’s deal. The 10 million could be sufficient for research and…

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  • Blackstone Case Study

    Background The Blackstone Group (Blackstone) is a private equity firm founded in 1985 by two former employees of Lehman Brothers. In May 2007 the firm had $88.4 billion under management and had grown 41% annually since 2001.…

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  • La Trobe Venture Capital Case Study

    LA TROBE VENTURE CAPITAL PROGRAM La Trobe University’s envisions itself as being one of the top 300 schools internationally. To do this, it needs to improve on some aspects of its business to get a higher score from international university ranking publishers. One of the most influential publishers is the British Quacquarelli Symonds, issuer of the QS World University Rankings. The university’s QS world rank is in a steady decline from its 205th rank in 2007 to its current rank which sits just…

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