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AFC3140 Summary

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This document is my final summary of all the related chapters in the AFC3140 textbook

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Finance Cost of capital Valuation Business Mathematical finance Financial economics Beta Capital asset pricing model Economics Hedge Option Financial risk Implied volatility
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- Substantial influence in business decisions in the firm. - Friends and acquaintances. - Contribution (cap investment) often large relative to already existing capital. - Bring expertise to firm that entrepreneur lacks. - Sometimes sufficient – but mostly insufficient. - Finding is difficult – need to be well connected. Venture Capital Firms - Venture capital firm: limited partnership that specializes in raising money to invest in the private equity of young firms. - E.g. pension funds. - Venture capitalists: general partners who run the venture capital firm. Adv: - Invest in many start-ups, so limited partners get the benefit of diversification. - Limited partners benefit from the expertise of the general partners. Dis: - Substantial fees to run the firm. - Management fee. - Carried interest: take share of any positive return generated by fund’s commi...
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