• About Raymond Salivdor

    Raymond is a retired banker from Michigan where he lives with his wife.

    What sort of contractual obligations should private equity investors look for

    by  • April 27, 2013 • Investing • 0 Comments

    Private equity contracts can be a problem area for personal investors that don’t quite know what they’re becoming involved in. They can be tragically short, or deceptively long, depending on the type of project being bought into. However, regardless of size, they all come with the same pitfalls that can leave an investor with...

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    Why do companies issue private equity shares instead of on the stock market

    by  • April 19, 2013 • Personal Finance • 0 Comments

    Private equity placements provide an opportunity for investors to buy into tangible opportunities without the volatility of the stock-market, in exchange for some more company specific and liquidity risks. That being said, because of the way in which these investments are usually required to pay investors a much higher rate of return than a...

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