Capital Raising

Author: Richard Wilson
ISBN: 9781537526621
Size: 61.14 MB
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Capital Raising is written to help those looking to consistently raise capital over time from investors without having to cold call them or slowly network through existing connections. In this text we provide a 5 step system to attract investors to your offering over time so they are wanting to get their foot in the door at your office instead of having to cold call potential investors endlessly with no response. While this book does discuss marketing material fundamentals, and top mistakes to avoid while raising capital its unique value is in the holistic evergreen approach to building up capital raising momentum in a way that adds genuine value and builds your firm's reputation over time. This capital raising system was developed based on author Richard C. Wilson's experience in raising over $250M in capital, building the Family Office Club community of over 1,000 family office investors, and now building up a single family office advisory business overseeing $4B in assets. The methods suggested in this book are what has led to that success and they have been tested over the course of Richard offering over 57 live events and speaking to over 25,000 professionals globally over the past 10 years. To learn more please visit

International Capital Markets

Author: International Monetary Fund
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
ISBN: 1455283932
Size: 56.37 MB
Format: PDF
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Following a review and assessment of recent developments in capital market and banking systems, this year's International Capital Markets report reviews and assesses recent developments in mature and emerging financial markets and continues the analysis of key issues affecting global financial markets. It examines the systemic implications of the continued rapid development of the global over-the-counter derivatives markets and the expansion of foreign-owned banks into emerging markets. The report also analyzes market participants' assessments of the proposals for private sector involvement in the prevention and resolution crises.

Angel Financing

Author: Gerald A. Benjamin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471350859
Size: 10.85 MB
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"Whether you are a dreamer, dream maker, or providing services to either, Angel Financing is the ultimate practical reference guide to add to your professional business development library."--BOOK JACKET.

Private Equity In Emerging Markets

Author: D. Klonowski
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137309431
Size: 25.47 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This collected edition captures the essence of private equity development in emerging markets, examining the evolution of the private equity industry as well as exit opportunities, financial performance, and anticipated future trends. It also discusses the 'hands-on' aspects of private equity investing in emerging markets.

How To Raise Capital

Author: Jeffry A Timmons
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071454865
Size: 36.55 MB
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The entrepreneur's step-bystep guide to venture capital--where to find it, how to secure it, and what to do with it Fewer than 40 percent of entrepreneurs seeking new business funding each year actually get that funding. How to Raise Capital improves those odds, providing prospective as well as current business owners with the knowledge they need to prepare an effective loan proposal, locate a suitable investor, negotiate and close the deal, and more. The all-star team of entrepreneurial experts behind How to Raise Capital gives readers top-level educational theory with hands-on, real-world knowledge. This thorough examination of the inner workings of the venture capital industry explores: Resources available to entrepreneurs, from SBA loans to angel investors Proven strategies for identifying and approaching equity sources Characteristics of a "superdeal"--from the investor's perspective

Finance Development March 2007

Publisher: International Monetary Fund
ISBN: 145523849X
Size: 28.97 MB
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The Two Faces of Financial Globalization looks at the phenomenon of rising cross-border financial flows-credited with boosting growth in developing countries but also blamed for the emerging market crises of the late 1980s and 1990s. The lead article puts together a framework for analyzing studies about the costs and benefits of financial globalization. Other articles look at the worldwide allocation of capital, the role of finance in macroeconomic management, and changes in the investor base. Picture This illustrates the growth and direction of capital flows. One guest contributor describes India's capital account liberalization, and another looks at how participants in international finance can cope with a fluid financial landscape. People in Economics profiles Guillermo Calvo; Back to Basics explains the difference between the purchasing power parity exchange rate and market exchange rates as measures of global economic growth; and Country Focus spotlights Australia.