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Old 07-25-2009, 12:25 PM
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WCAS’s investment funds invest in both larger leveraged buyout transactions and smaller deals through its buy-and-build strategy. The firm’s mezzanine capital funds are used as a captive source of financing for its private equity investments, despite potential conflicts of interest that may arise in the event of a liquidation of a portfolio company.



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Old 07-29-2009, 07:43 AM
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Fund investment is suitable for an investor who wants to be able to choose to invest in a particular classification of assets (eg London shares, US property, Russian energy companies, or rock singers' earnings streams), without having to study the characteristics of the individual assets. Private bankers, trust managers or other advisers often direct some or all of their clients' assets towards fund investments.

Fund investment spans the gamut of riskiness (and reward) from ultra-safe, low-yielding bond funds at one extreme to highly-leveraged derivative hedge funds at the other. As with other types of investment, governments in high-tax countries have constructed a regulatory framework which reduces both risk and reward, so that investors in search of high returns are more or less obliged to look offshore.
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[QUOTE=wines;226]WCAS?s investment funds invest in both larger leveraged buyout transactions and smaller deals through its buy-and-build strategy. The firm?s mezzanine capital funds are used as a captive source of financing for its private equity investments, despite potential conflicts of interest that may arise in the event of a liquidation of a portfolio company.





An investment fund is a firm that pools funds from a number of retail investors and invests the same for a fee. Thus, an investment fund enables investors to gain exposure to a broad range of options. Moreover, the investment fund is able to achieve economies of scale, bringing down the trading costs.

Investment funds are suitable for investors who wish to invest in securities without studying the characteristics of the various options. Private bankers, trust managers or other advisers often direct some or all of the assets of their clients towards fund investments.

In terms of risk and reward, an investment fund can range from being ultra-safe, low-yielding bond funds to being highly-leveraged derivative hedge funds.
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hm, this gave me something to think about.. great post!
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