This course covers the entire spectrum of the venture capital business, from raising funds and structuring investments to assessing exit pathways. It focuses on the four critical pillars of the venture capital business raising the fund, sourcing and structuring investments, creating value as a board member, and leading investments to exit. You will benefit from this course whether you are aspiring to raise a fund, pursue a career in venture capital, or simply understand the art of investing. With insights and wisdom from many leading experts, this course covers the process of raising the venture fund, including identifying and assessing the limited partner universe and fund due-diligence criteria. It also discusses the investment process, including sourcing opportunities, negotiating investment terms, adding value as a board member, and exploring exit pathways.
To recall the typical markets for venture capital funds To identify sources of venture capital funds To recognize characteristics of the process in evaluating venture investments To recall typical terms in a limited partner - general partner agreement To identify characteristics of fund governance and economics To identify who is involved in raising capital To recognize various sources of investment opportunities To recognize methods for performing due diligence To recognize shareholder rights and the role of the board To identify the drivers of valuation To identify the key terms that help complete a transaction To recall the challenges and contributions of boards To recognize the primary path to an exit To recall the attitudes and aptitudes of a successful practitioner
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