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Monday, December 19, 2011

Role of Private Equity Firms By George Boykin, eHow Contributor

Private equity firms are specialists in leveraged buyouts.
#PrivateEquity firms are #investmentCompanies that invest in #privatelyHeld or #publiclyTraded companies that have an operating history of at least five years. #PrivateEquityFirms are also called #leveragedBuyoutFirms because they typically buy companies using a very limited amount of their own cash (small equity positions of no more than 20 percent). The remainder of the purchase price for the acquired company will be some form of debt, usually a combination of bank loans, notes or bonds.

Role of Private Equity Firms
George Boykin started writing business-related articles in 2009 after retiring from 30 years in brand management and advertising agency client services. He writes articles ranging from marketing strategies to managing a sales force. Boykin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from New York University, Stern School of Business.

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