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Whilst simple in theory private equity, the highly competitive nature of the PE market means that adding value can no longer be achieved by leverage and reliance on rising markets. The course covers the three key stages of PE value creation. Stage 1; the acquisition, where it is vital to structure the transaction in the optimal fashion in terms of both the Offer to minimize risk. Disastrous mistakes can be made ab initio by failing to understand the main risk areas of the equity bridge (i.e. the value traps from enterprise value to equity value) or in the completion method (e.g. locked box rather than completion accounts). Developing the optimal capital structure is a critical as it is essential to use both the correct level of debt for and the most appropriate type of debt that will allow the company to achieve its business plan (e.g. organic growth or buy and build).
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