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Book
xxii, 408 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Endowment purposes
  • Investment and spending goals
  • Investment philosophy
  • Asset allocation
  • Asset allocation management
  • Traditional asset classes
  • Alternative asset classes
  • Asset class management
  • Investment process
  • Appendix: Impure fixed income.
In his fourteen years as Yale's chief investment officer, David Swensen has revolutionised management of the university's investment portfolio. By relying on nonconventional assets, including private equity and venture capital, Swensen has achieved a remarkable annualised return of 16.2 percent, which has added more than $2 billion to Yale's endowment. With his exceptional performance record prompting many other institutional portfolio managers to emulate his approach, Dr. Swensen has long been besieged by professionals in the field to write a book articulating his philosophy and strategies of portfolio management. Pioneering Portfolio Management provides a road map for creating a successful investment programme. Informed by Swensen's deep knowledge of financial markets, and ranging from the broad issues of goals and investment philosophy to the strategic and tactical aspects of portfolio management - such as handling risk, selecting investment advisers, and negotiating the opportunities and pitfall in individual asset classes - the book provides a vital source of information for anyone involved in institutional investments.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781416544692 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-522-01
Book
viii, 545 p. : ill., maps ; 27 cm.
  • Introduction. 1. Private Equity Today and Tomorrow. 2. Tad O'Malley: December 2004. Module 1: Venture Capital and Private Equity. 3. Yale University Investment Office: August 2006. 4. Pawson Foundation: August 2005. 5. Note on Private Equity Partnership Agreements. 6. Grove Street Advisors. 7. A Note on Private Equity Fund-Raising. 8. Gobi Partners: Raising Fund II. Module 2: Venture Capital and Private Equity. 9. Adams Capital Management: Fund IV. 10. Tad O'Malley: June 2005. 11. Portfolio and Partnership. 12. Metapath Software: September 1997. 13. A Note on Private Equity Securities. 14. Brazos Partners and Cheddar's Inc. 15. A Note on Valuation in Private Equity Settings. 16. Lion Capital and the Blackstone Group: The Orangina Deal. 17. A Note on European Private Equity. 18. SAIF: May 2004. 19. A Note on Private Equity in Developing Countries. Module 3: Venture Capital and Private Equity. 20. Warburg Pincus and emgs : The IPO Decision (A). 21. Motilal Oswal Financial Services Ltd.: An IPO in India. 22. A Note on the Initial Public Offering Process. 23. Between a Rock & a Hard Place: Valuation & Distribution in Private Equity. Module 4. Venture Capital and Private Equity. 24. Village Ventures. 25. 3i Group plc: May 2006. 26. Actis and CDC: A New Partnership. 27. Best Practices: Decision Making Among Venture Capital Firms. Appendix. Note on Private Equity Information Sources. Glossary. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470224625 20160603
The private equity and venture capital industry has become a leading pillar of modern investment, growing from $5 billion in 1980 to more than $530 billion in 2006. Yet many of its features remain puzzling even to advanced business students. Whether you are an MBA student, a private equity investor grappling with the industry's changes, or an investor interested in private equity as a potential investment, Venture Capital & Private Equity: A Casebook, Fourth Edition will shed light on the history and workings of this complex area and prepare you for a career in the prestigious and profitable world of venture capital and private equity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470224625 20160603
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-522-01, LAW-1040-01
Book
xiii, 366 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Private equity market
  • 3. Private equity fund structure
  • 4. Buyout and venture capital fund differences
  • 5. Funds-of-funds
  • 6. Investment process
  • 7. Risk framework
  • 8. Portfolio design
  • 9. Case study
  • 10. The management of liquidity
  • 11. Established approaches to fund valuation
  • 12. Benchmarking
  • 13. A prototype internal grading system
  • 14. Fund manager selection process
  • 15. Qualitative fund scoring
  • 16. Grading-based economic model
  • 17. Private equity fund discount rate
  • 18. Monitoring
  • 19. Case study : saving your investments
  • approaches to restructuring
  • 20. Secondary transactions
  • 21. Deviating from top funds
  • 22. Real options
  • 23. Beyond the j-curve.
In recent times, venture capital and private equity funds have become household names, but so far little has been written for the investors in such funds, the so--called limited partners. There is far more to the management of a portfolio of venture capital and private equity funds than usually perceived. Beyond the J Curve describes an innovative toolset for such limited partners to design and manage portfolios tailored to the dynamics of this market place, going far beyond the typical and often--simplistic recipe to 'go for top quartile funds'. Beyond the J Curve provides the answers to key questions, including: * Why 'top--quartile' promises should be taken with a huge pinch of salt and what it takes to select superior fund managers? * What do limited partners need to consider when designing and managing portfolios? * How one can determine the funds' economic value to help addressing the questions of 'fair value' under IAS 39 and 'risk' under Basel II or Solvency II? * Why is monitoring important, and how does a limited partner manage his portfolio? * How the portfolio's returns can be improved through proper liquidity management and what to consider when over--committing? * And, why uncertainty rather than risk is an issue and how a limited partner can address and benefit from the fast changing private equity environment? Beyond the J Curve takes the practitioner's view and offers private equity and venture capital professionals a comprehensive guide making high return targets more realistic and sustainable. This book is a must have for all parties involved in this market, as well as academic and students.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470011980 20160605
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-522-01
Book
xviii, 540 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • INTRODUCTION.Private Equity Today and Tomorrow. Martin Smith: January 2000. MODULE 1: FUNDRAISING.Yale University Investments Office: July 2000.Acme Investment Trust. A Note on Private Equity Partnership Agreements. University Technology Ventures: October 2000. A Note on the Private Equity Fundraising Process. Columbia Capital Corporation: Summer 1998. Francisco Partners. MODULE 2: INVESTING. Adams Capital Management: March 1999.Martin Smith: May 2000. Apax Partners and Dialog Semiconductor: March 1998. A Note on Valuation in Private Equity Settings. A Note on European Private Equity. Securicor Wireless Networks: February 1996. Metapath Software: September 1997.A Note on Private Equity Securities. Venture Capital Case Vignettes. New Business Investment Company: October 1997.MODULE 3: EXITING. Investori Associati: Exiting the Savio LBO (A).A Note on the Initial Public Offering Process. RogersCasey Alternative Investments: Innovative Responses to the Distribution Challenge. MUDULE 4: NEW FRONTIERS. Intel (r) 64 Fund.A Note on Corporate Venture Capital. CMGI: Organizational and Market Innovation. CDC Capital Partners. A Note on Private Equity in Developing Countries. CAREER ISSUES & WRAP--UP. Joe Casey: January 2000. A Note on Private Equity Information Sources. Glossary. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471079828 20160527
  • Raising and structuring private equity funds-- private equity investments-- exiting private equity investments-- transplanting the private equity model.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471322863 20160527
Cases and notes included are designed to provide an understanding of the history of the private equity industry's development, and the workings of the industry today. Examines both the short-run and long-run effects for private equity investments. Author is a leader and one of the most respected authorities in this field.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471079828 20160527
Through this case-book, rooted in real-life situations, students gain understanding of the private equity and venture capital industries. Venture Capital refers to a specific segment within the practice of entrepreneurial finance. Josh Lerner focuses his research on the structure of venture capital organizations, and their role in transforming scientific discoveries into commercial products. The book shows ways in which private equity groups work, including their problems and explores a wide variety of valuation approaches used in practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780471322863 20160527
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-522-01
Book
xix, 200 ; 20 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-522-01
Book
260 p. ; 25 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-522-01
Book
xxiii, 559 p. ; 24 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-522-01