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Japanese Equity Market
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Lending - An Introduction
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Understanding Private Wealth Management Business
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Private Equity (Part II)
Private equity has become an increasingly attractive asset class to various investors in recent years, offering potentially high returns on a risk-adjusted basis. The key to reaping these high returns lies in identifying and investing in the right opportunities. Entrepreneurs looking to start a new business or develop one further are afforded excellent opportunities of raising finance from private equity investment if they have a well-researched and documented business plan backed up by an experienced management team.
This course builds on the concepts described in Private Equity (Part I), focusing primarily on the private equity asset class from an investor’s point of view. It outlines the different ways of investing in private equity, from direct investment to the various types of fund, and looks at the role of investors – in addition to the companies seeking financing – in private equity transactions.
On completion of this course, you will be able to:
• Describe the methods, both direct and indirect, of investing in private equity
• Outline the investment process and the participants in that process
Topic 1: Investing in Private Equity
• Private Equity Investing
• Funds of Funds
• Segregated Funds
• How do Funds Operate?
• Role of Private Equity Funds
Topic 2: The Investment Process
• Entrepreneurs Perspective
• Private Equity Investors Perspective
• Interaction Between Entrepreneurs And Private Equity Firms
• Role of Advisors
• Auctions – Consortium Bidding
• Exit Strategy
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This course examines the emergence of liquid alternative funds (“liquid alts”) as a significant asset class since the global financial crisis. The drivers behind the growth of liquid alts are examined, along with the differences between these funds, standard mutual/investment funds, and hedge funds.
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