This coursebook explains how an angel investment group can set up a fund so that the angel investors can invest collectively into a group of portfolio companies. It covers the different fund structures that can be used, as well as regulation, legal issues, the financial model and tax considerations. It also explains how to manage a fund including the roles involved, managing the deal pipeline and portfolio and how to resolve problems that arise. It also discusses the difference in returns that an angel investor should expect from investing in a fund versus investing directly in companies.
British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data
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Publisher BIC Subject & Qualifiers: KJH
BookScan Product Class Code: S4.2
BookScan Product Class Text: Management & Business: General
BISAC Subject: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Entrepreneurship (BUS025000)
Technical Specifications: 21.5cm X 27cm – 330gr – 76 pages - PDF