Search Funds 2003 What Has Changed Since 2001?
2003 | Case No. E162 | Length 11 pgs.
A search fund is an investment vehicle in which investors financially support an entrepreneur’s efforts to locate and acquire a privately held company. This study, as part of an on-going effort at the Stanford GSB to monitor the performance and evolution of search funds, traces the significant changes since the last study in 2001.
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