From Venture Capital to LBO, Senior to Distressed Debt, Immaterial to Fixed Assets Cyril Demaria ... for these individuals, such as the Société unipersonnelle d'investissement à risque (SUIR), which do not seem to have taken off.
Author: Cyril Demaria
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Fully revised and updated to reflect changes in the private equity sector Building on and refining the content of previous editions, Introduction to Private Equity, Debt and Real Assets, Third Edition adopts the same logical, systematic, factual and long-term perspective on private markets (private equity, private debt and private real assets) combining academic rigour with extensive practical experience. The content has been fully revised to reflect developments and innovations in private markets, exploring new strategies, changes in structuring and the drive of new regulations. New sections have been added, covering fund raising and fund analysis, portfolio construction and risk measurement, as well as liquidity and start-up analysis. In addition, private debt and private real assets are given greater focus, with two new chapters analysing the current state of these evolving sectors. • Reflects the dramatic changes that have affected the private market industry, which is evolving rapidly, internationalizing and maturing fast • Provides a clear, synthetic and critical perspective of the industry from a professional who has worked at many levels within the industry • Approaches the private markets sector top-down, to provide a sense of its evolution and how the current situation has been built • Details the interrelations between investors, funds, fund managers and entrepreneurs This book provides a balanced perspective on the corporate governance challenges affecting the industry and draws perspectives on the evolution of the sector.
In Europe especially these funds are generically called “alternative investment funds” (AIFs) and may take the form of hedge funds, private equity funds, and property funds. In Europe specific legislation, the Alternative Investment ...
Author: David Loader
Publisher: Academic Press
Category: Business & Economics
Fund Custody and Administration provides an overall perspective of investment funds without limiting its analysis to specific fund structures, as other books do. Since governance and oversight of investment funds are now major regulatory requirements, administrators and custodians must place greater emphasis on the custody and safekeeping of fund assets, on the independent and robust valuation of the assets, and on collateral management. By focusing on both the asset transactions made by the investment manager for the portfolio and on the transactions in the shares or units of the fund itself, it gives readers insights about the essential elements of investment fund management and administration, regardless of their geographical backgrounds. Explores the key stages in the investment process, from setting up a fund through its launch and operation Explains the roles of participants as well as the ways regulation affects the fund and its operation Describes the work flow associated with custody and administration procedures and processes Defines the role of compliance and risk management in the context of the fund and also how compliance requirements apply to custodians and administrators
Introduction Germany's small and medium - sized companies ( SMEs ) , commonly referred to as Mittelstand ... Private equity markets have been virtually non - existent prior to the emergence of the historic bull market during the late ...
For this reason, stock exchanges tend to restrict them to small issues (of less than £15 million of listed equity in ... In computing the base price on which any future Capital Gains Tax liability would be worked out, the two holdings ...
The purpose of this measure was to assist the financing of business investment by increasing the equity base of Canadian ... La mesure avait pour but de favoriser le financement des investissements en augmentant le capital - actions des ...
Author: Canada. Parliament. SenatePublish On: 1980
The purpose of this measure was to assist the financing of business investment by increasing the equity base of Canadian corporations ... La mesure avait pour but de favoriser le financement des investissements en augmentant le capital ...
Author: Canada. Parliament. Senate
Appendices to the various volumes bound separately.
Author: Canada. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Banking, Trade and CommercePublish On: 1982-06
La mesure avait ure was to assist the financing of business investment by pour but de favoriser le financement des investissements en increasing the equity base of Canadian corporations . To this augmentant le capital - actions des ...
Author: Canada. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce
Moreover , Volvo's capital structure is distorted by the consolidation of the more highly leveraged Scandinavian Trading ... equity bases by selling or converting " titres participatives " into nonvoting " certificats d'investissement ...
8.2 : THE CHANGE OF POLICY IN 1983 , AND THE INTRODUCTION OF CERTIFICATS D'INVESTISSEMENT Little more than a year after ... The position was worst for the country's banks , whose capital ratios ( expressed as the ratio of equity to loan ...
Author: Robert D. Fraser
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Category: Great Britain
Examines the background and growth of nationalized industries and of other public-sector industrial, service and commercial activities in the United Kingdom and the rapid process of sales.
For example , since 1986 new businesses have been exempt from taxes on profits and the tax on capital for the first ... the Régime d'investissement coopératif ( RIC ) , the Sociétés de placement dans l'entreprise québécoise ( SPEQ ) and ...