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The 5th edition of Lerner's Venture Capital and Private Equity: A Casebook continues to present the important historical cases of private equity while incorporating a number of new relevant and timely cases from previous best-selling issues. It includes more cases relevant to the texts four main goals: understanding the ways in which private equity firms work, applying the key ideas of corporate finance to the industry, understanding the process of valuation, and critiquing valuation approaches of the past and present- an approach which has proved very successful over the past four editions. This casebook contains cases and notes designed to provide an understanding of the history of the private equity industry's development and the workings of the industry today. By explaining the industry on a case-by-case basis, this text promises to address the critical question of whether gains made in recent years have been sustained and how firms will respond to the current opportunities and challenges.
Table of Contents
|PE today and tomorrow|
|Iris Running Crane December||p. 2009|
|Yale University: July||p. 2006|
|PE Partnership Agreements|
|Grove Street Advisors II|
|PE Fundraising Process|
|Firm Strategy Vignettes|
|Hardina Smythe and the Healthcare Conundrum|
|Avid & Lighthouse Partners|
|Valuation in PE Settings|
|Moneybookers & Investcorp|
|PE in Developing Countries|
|Gobi & DMG|
|Rock & a Hard Place: Valuation & Distribution|
|Actis in||p. 2008|
|Appendix: A note on PE Information Sources|
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