|Production Date:||June 26 2012|
Investing in a private company may prove to be a very lucrative investment or a risky gamble. Join CPA and Attorney Dennis Gerschick as he takes viewers through the complex process of investing in a private business. Mr. Gerschick begins by explaining the difference between a public and a private company. From there, he demonstrates how to spot investment opportunities within a private company. Next, Mr. Gerschick discusses building relationships with investors and evaluating the value of the company. Finally, he shows how to develop feasible exit strategies and tools utilized to protect an investor.
I. Decipher between a Public Corporation and a Private Company
II. Understand Investment Opportunities for Companies
III. Understand Relationships with Investors
IV. Understand Valuation and Risk Investment
V. Know How to Reduce Impression of Risk
VI. Develop Feasible Exit Strategies
VII. How to Protect an Investor
Instructional Method: Self-Study
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Kieran (Sag Harbor, NY)
IT was interestiing and may help me when I set up LLC
Kaori (Bothell, WA)
Douglas (Miami, FL)
Good basic course on investing in private companies.
Edward (New York, NY)
James (Boca Raton, FL)
excellent brief presentation on the subject, speaker was very good!
Michael (Orangeburg, SC)
The presenter is extremely knowledgable of the subject. I would like to hear more class instructed by Mr. Gerschick.