fundless

fundless

(ˈfʌndləs)
adj
with no funds
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OConnors clients include private equity funds, private equity-backed companies, venture capital funds, fundless sponsors, family offices, individual investors, startups and strategic buyers, sellers and investors.
Hundreds of projects seeking funding for medical expenses, exchange programs, volunteer projects, and educational expenses remain fundless across different sites.
He has very broad experience working with private equity funds and fundless sponsors in the lower middle-market platform acquisitions and roll-ups, as well as full exits and partial divestitures.
The company delivers its Investment Cafe solution via a network of locations in New York, Hong Kong, Chicago, Florida and India to private equity, real estate, venture, mezzanine, debt, hedge funds, fund-of-funds and fundless sponsors.Country: USASector: Computer Software, IT/Online ServicesTarget: DMLTBuyer: eFront SAType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
Not for us now a toothless, fundless, North East Economic Partnership.
Near each city dozens of obsolete pumping stations sucked up the river and spat it out onto outlying, fundless, and deteriorating collective farms, where up to 40 percent of the water was lost and squandered.
NEW bodies that ministers insist will boost the North East's economy have been branded as "powerless, toothless, fundless talking shops".
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