What is a private equity fund?
A private equity fund is a pool of money raised from institutional or private investors for the purpose of acquiring or investing in private companies that are not listed on a stock exchange.
These private companies are invested in because they offer the chance of a high return on the initial investment and are usually associated with a fixed investment horizon of 4 to 10 years.
When the investment reaches its maturity date, it is usually liquidated in the form of an IPO (Initial Public Offering) by listing the shares on the stock exchange and offering them for sale to the general public, or the company is sold at a profit to another private equity firm or a strategic buyer.
Why should you invest in private equity?
Private equity investments are attractive as an alternative investment vehicle because they offer investors and investment firms the opportunity to diversify their portfolios and take on greater risk in exchange for significantly higher returns than are possible with traditional investments in public companies.
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