Private Capital Markets: Valuation, Capitalization, and Transfer of Private Business Interests (Wiley Finance)

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A theoretical and practical guide that enables readers to make sound investment and financing decisions
This book is a technical finance book that surveys the private capital markets-the major uncharted financial market. Representing nearly half of the U.S. gross national product, these markets are largely ignored, partially because of the difficulty obtaining information and because of the lack of a unified structure to approach them. This book provides a structured framework that owner-managers and their professional advisors can use to effectively deal with the complicated issues of valuation and capital structure and transfer issues.
Robert T. Slee, CBA, CPIM (Charlotte, NC), is President of Robertson Foley, an investment banking firm providing corporate finance service to private companies.

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Praise for Private Capital Markets

"Until now, professional literature has included very little on the subject of valuing larger, closely held businesses. This book meets a long-standing need for a scholarly, yet practical, way of addressing the values of nonpublic enterprises. It should be read by everyone who is involved in appraising, buying, selling, or financing privately owned businesses."
–– Raymond C. Miles
Founder and Technical Director
The Institute of Business Appraisers

"Since CPAs are involved with most financial aspects of private companies, we need resource materials that are comprehensive in nature. This book, without a doubt, offers the single most integrated approach to valuation, capital structure formation, and business transfer issues available. It is an essential guide for practitioners who represent middle-market private clients."
–– Norman F. Manley, CPA
Partner, Tax
BDO Seidman, LLP

"This is the first book that surveys the private capital markets. It is an important addition to the literature since it is both well-written and easy to understand. Finally, academics and practitioners have a book that provides financial education to those who own, work, or are interested in establishing their own companies."
–– Dr. Edward M. Mazze
Dean and the Alfred J. Verrecchia—Hasbro Inc. Leadership Chair in Business
College of Business Administration, University of Rhode Island

"Although lawyers routinely counsel private business owners on a wide variety of business topics, including financial matters, law schools currently provide very little, if any, grounding with respect to practical private business finance. This book will equip all professional advisors with a theoretical and practical underpinning of the private capital markets."
–– John Morrice, Esq.
Johnston, Allison & Hord, PA

"At last, a book that deals with the financial needs of Main Street companies! The ideas and frameworks contained in Private Capital Markets will definitely help business owners make better financing and investment decisions."
–– L. Kerry Vickar
Chairman
CorrFlex Display and Packaging, LLC

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Private companies, particularly those with annual sales of $5 million to $150 million, have distinct financial needs. They require a unique capital markets theory to explain and predict the behavior of players in the markets. However, owners and managers of private companies have only had access to corporate finance theories to explain the behavior of their distinctly different capital markets. They have been left to assume that corporate finance theories would explain and predict actions in their own private markets. Private Capital Markets is the first book to provide private market players with a practical framework for making sound investment and financing decisions based on their real experiences and needs.

As an owner or manager of a middle-market business, you can most likely attribute your success to your vision, sharp market knowledge, keen ability to manage operations, and dedication to make success happen. However, most owners, managers, and their professional advisors lack the resources and knowledge to effectively deal with the complicated issues and interconnections of valuation, capital structure, and transfer . . . until now. Private Capital Markets surveys the private capital markets and provides a structured framework that you can use to navigate through these uncharted waters.

Written as a guidebook to making sound financial decisions for every private-market player and their consultants–including lawyers, accountants, bankers, estate planners, and other professionals–this landmark resource covers:

  • Private business valuation
  • Market value
  • Fair market value
  • Economic value
  • Intangible asset value
  • Bank lending
  • Asset-based lending
  • Mezzanine capital
  • Private equity
  • Business transfer
  • Employee stock ownership plans
  • Management transfers
  • Family trusts
  • Co-owner transfers
  • Private auctions
  • Going public and going private

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