1. Private equity - minority investment.
A minority private equity investment, usually made alongside a financial sponsor that takes the leading role in the total investment.
2. Private equity - minority investment.
A minority private equity investment, that results from the exercise of co-investment rights.
The party granted, and exercising, co-investment rights would be a limited partner in a private equity fund.
Following exercise of the co-investment rights, the limited partner then has two separate stakes in the investee company:
- (a) Through the private equity fund; and
- (b) Directly.
Offering co-investment rights is a way that some private equity funds encourage limited partners to invest into their funds.
- Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME)
- Business angel
- Capital markets union (CMU)
- Financial sponsor
- General partner
- Limited partner
- Listed company
- Minority interest
- Private equity
- Private equity house
- Taking private
- Trade sale
- Venture capital