private-equity company

Related to private-equity company: investment company

private-equity company

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private-equity firm

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an organization that uses private equity to gain control of and manage companies
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The Abraaj Group, a private-equity company focusing on emerging markets, plans to invest as much as $400 million in Southeast Asian and Indian companies this year.
The private-equity company hired Pandu Sjahrir, previously finance director at coal producer PT Toba Bara Sejahtra, as managing director to be based inJakarta starting April 1.
Investors in a private-equity company, and their lenders, cannot have their investments placed at the risk of an event involving minority interests, over which they have no control, and which do not materially affect the operation of the business.
However, the person who is the face of the private-equity company will typically own less than a quarter of that company.
Conway has most recently served as senior consultant to private-equity company TDR Capital and as operating partner to buyout firm Advent International.
check] Will the private-equity company make an effort to help liquidate a position if events such as death or divorce require it?
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They are also going to come hunting for the outside directors on the company's board, and that is going to include the limited partners of any private-equity company that leveraged themselves into seats on the board when the private-equity group purchased substantial or controlling interests in the host company and added it to their portfolio.
1 is to insure the management of the private-equity company against lawsuits by its investors.
Historically, there hasn't been a lot of this type of litigation because investors in a private-equity company are generally more sophisticated than your average shareholder in a garden variety retirement mutual fund.
The third is the exposure a private-equity company may face from litigation that runs upstream.
The model is that the private-equity company will buy this business with 10 percent leverage and then exit from it in the next four to five years.