Private Equity and Private Placement
Negotiations with a Private Equity fund or the holding of a Private Placement are capitalization options that do not involve issuing debt or being listed on the stock market (at least not in the first value creation cycle). They are particularly suitable for companies that have already planned their investments and have strong potential for growth and returns.
Private Equity firms use investment funds to acquire interests in companies, normally unlisted, in order to add value to the business, leverage development and instill high quality management know-how in order to sell their stake for a greater value at some time in the future.
Private Placement involves the sale of an interest to a relatively small number of investors seeking future returns from the company‘s projects. Such investors are generally banks, mutual funds and pension funds.
LEAD’s eJourney has much to offer companies who are considering either of these options. In addition, thanks to the support of @titude and its strong global presence, LEAD has access to an extensive network of contacts which allows companies to find investors of different profiles specializing in different economic segments.