Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: Private Equity and Venture Capital have become an important factor in corporate finance and has returned high profits to investors and fund managers. This papers gives an overview of the structure of venture capital partnerships and their sources of income - specifically management fees and carried interest. A venture capital fund model explains the financial in- and outflows over the lifetime of a venture capital fund and the distribution to general and limited partners and the management. Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents: 1.Introduction2 2.Overview of worldwide venture capital markets4 2.1Long term development5 2.2Key drivers for the Development6 3.Performance of Venture Capital Funds8 3.1Dependence on vintage year9 3.2Latest developments and outlook10 4.Venture Capital Partnerships13 4.1The Structure of Venture Capital Backed Investments14 4.2Sources of income for VC-management companies15 4.3Why Is Carried Interest So Important in Private Equity?16 5.Income model for the management company18 6.Discussion of the impact of different compensation principles21 6.1Management Fees21 6.2Carried Interest23 6.3Total compensation of general partners25 7.How the management does participate27 8.Conclusions and new trends30 9.References33 10.Glossary34What we make is a function of capital. We put money into companies, and we share in the return on that money. ... Having so much money pulled from a funda#39;s reserves each year can also stimulate managers to more investment activity. At $20anbsp;...
|Title||:||Compensation models in Venture Capital Partnerships|
|Publisher||:||diplom.de - 2002-10-13|