Financing of start up companies.
in already established companies to expand operations beyond their current capacity.
Distressed debt funds seek to acquire controlling stakes in companies that are in financial difficulties or even insolvent through the purchase of debt.
They convert this debt into equity by reorganising the company.
Secondary funds purchase
existing limited partnership
interests in private equity
funds after those funds have
been partially/fully invested
in underlying portfolio companies.
Infrastructure is broadly defined as the permanent assets a society needs to facilitate the orderly operation of its economy.
Refers to the “middle layer”
of financing primarily utilized in buyout and later-stage growth investment.
Non bank lenders who lend to business in return for debt securities.
Investors invest directly into private companies, with no middleman. This requires deep knowledge of the sector. Investors can be directly involved in the growth story of a company and realize returns on exit.
The purchase of
a significant portion or majority share of a company with
a mixture of debt and equity (leveraged buyout)
or just equity (buyout).
The end recipients of any private equity investment. General Partners (private
equity firms) carefully identify companies with growth potential through very stringent due diligence processes.
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Investments in property assets of differing risk return profiles.