4 edition of The investment behavior of buyout funds found in the catalog.
The investment behavior of buyout funds
|Statement||Alexander Ljungqvist, Matthew Richardson, Daniel Wolfenzon.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 14180, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 14180.|
|Contributions||Richardson, Matthew, 1964-, Wolfenzon, Daniel., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008610997|
While investment returns have improved since the financial crisis in and large private equity firms such as Carlyle have reported solid profits again, raising new funds has been difficult for the private equity industry because of a cautious credit and investment environment. Private equity and venture capital investment are used to invest in equity; for this reason, operators specializing in these kinds of deals decide on the firm's strategy and day-by-day management. This participation, or the admission of a new subject among the original shareholders, generates a metamorphosis in the decision process.
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As another example, Steven Kaplan and Berk Sensoy, authors of the August study “Private Equity Performance: A Survey,” found that buyout funds had outperformed the S&P net of fees on average by about 20% over the life of the fund. However, studies have estimated betas for buyout funds at about Books shelved as private-equity: King of Capital: The Remarkable Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Steve Schwarzman and Blackstone by David Carey, Barbarians.
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4 the investment behavior of buyout funds The effect of investment opportunities, competition, and credit conditions on investment We test Predictions 1, 2, and 3 by relating the timing of a fund's draw downs to proxies for the quality of buyout targets, the fund manager's bargaining power relative to target shareholders, and credit market Author: Alexander Ljungqvist, Matthew Richardson, Daniel Wolfenzon.
Request PDF | The Investment Behavior of Buyout Funds: Theory and Evidence | This paper analyzes the determinants of buyout funds' investment decisions. In a model in. Second, the investment behavior of first-time funds is less sensitive to market conditions. Third, younger funds invest in riskier buyouts, in an effort to establish a track record.
Fourth, following periods of good performance, funds become more conservative, and this effect is. Abstract. We analyze the determinants of buyout funds’ investment decisions.
We argue that when the supply of capital is ‘sticky’ in the short run, the timing of funds’ investment decisions, their risk-taking behavior, and their subsequent returns depend on changes in the demand for private equity, conditions in the credit market, and fund managers’ ability to Cited by: Get this from a library.
The investment behavior of buyout funds: theory and evidence. [Alexander Ljungqvist; Matthew Richardson; Daniel Wolfenzon; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- This paper analyzes the determinants of buyout funds' investment decisions.
In a model in which the supply of capital is "sticky" in the short run, we link the timing of funds' investment. Abstract: This paper analyzes the determinants of buyout funds' investment decisions. In a model in which the supply of capital is "sticky" in the short run, we link the timing of funds' investment decisions, their risk-taking behavior, and the returns they subsequently earn on their buyouts to changes in the demand for private equity, conditions in the credit market, and funds' ability to.
Request PDF | The investment behavior of buyout funds: Theory and evidence | We analyze the determinants of buyout funds’ investment decisions. We argue that when there is. economy, relatively little is known about the investment behavior of buyout funds.
This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of the optimal investment plans of buyout funds in a setting where funds compete for target companies, the supply of capital is sticky in the short-run, and future fund-raising is sensitive to performance.
Downloadable. This paper analyzes the determinants of buyout funds' investment decisions. In a model in which the supply of capital is "sticky" in the short run, we link the timing of funds' investment decisions, their risk-taking behavior, and the returns they subsequently earn on their buyouts to changes in the demand for private equity, conditions in the credit market, and.
Abstract We analyze the determinants of buyout funds' investment decisions. We argue that when there is imperfect competition for private equity funds, the timing of funds' investment decisions, their risk-taking behavior, and their subsequent returns depend on changes in the demand for private equity, conditions in the credit market, and fund managers' ability to influence.
We analyze the determinants of buyout funds’ investment decisions. We argue that when there is imperfect competition for private equity funds, the timing of funds’ investment decisions, their risk‐taking behavior, and their subsequent returns depend on changes in the demand for private equity, conditions in the credit market, and fund managers’ ability to influence perceptions of.
A buyout fund takes money from investors and uses it to buy other companies, sometimes taking publicly traded companies private. It generally intends to improve their operations and cut costs, then resell the companies to other investors or on the public markets.
Buyout funds are a type of private equity fund and are usually only open to. Corresponding research on buyout structuring is still in its infancy.
While there is an increasing amount of empirical literature on the various determinants of leverage and pricing in buyout transactions, little is known about how the investment behavior of buyout funds drives these structuring : Christian Deger.
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What is more, the percent return is the venture capital industry’s best showing since the dot-com crash. Buyout Investment; The objective of buyout investments is to increase the corporate value of targeted companies by holding the majority interest of those companies through sell-off of shares for business succession due to the lack of a successor, or management buyout, spin-off of non-core businesses, and conducting several measures such as.
The Investment Behavior of Private Equity Fund Managers 1. The Investment Behavior of Private Equity Fund Managers * † Alexander Ljungqvist Matthew Richardson Stern School of Business Stern School of Business New York University New York University and CEPR and NBER First draft: J This draft: October 8, * We are grateful to an.
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