Private Equity is investments in structured companies, being a type of financial activity carried out by institutions that invest essentially in companies that are not yet classified on the stock exchange, that is, they are still closed to the capital market.
What is the difference between Venture Capital and Private Equity?
The Venture Capital process is aimed at ventures in the initial phase, while the Private Equity relates to structured companies that are in the process of restructuring and/or expanding their businesses.
The role of Private Equity is to receive investments from shareholders and acquire shares in companies with great growth potential. Have investors in these types of funds interested in accepting greater investment opportunities and taking on more risks, in exchange for greater potential as a result.
Who can invest in private equity?
Investment in Private Equity can be carried out by private investors such as: companies, institutions or investment funds. It is common for the contribution of money to be made through an investment fund, the so-called Private Equity fund.
How to prepare for private equity?
In order to be successful in Private Equity investment, it is essential that the investor has commercial skills, analytical profile, interest in entrepreneurship and that he has good professional skills. When it comes to financial certifications, they are essential for anyone who wants to enter any professional environment.