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Corporate Venture Capital: The Best Option When You Can’t Decide on Your Specific Exit Opportunity?

Do you have trouble making decisions? If so, you are not alone. Most bankers and financiers have trouble deciding on “the best” exit opportunity, which explains why private equity has become the default. But it doesn’t have to be like that. One solid option is to pick an exit opportunity that combines different fields, such […]
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Venture Debt Funds: The Best Alternative to Growth Equity for Startups?

If you work on larger deals with more mature companies, do you do more technical analysis? Your immediate response might be “Yes, of course” – and in most cases, it’s true. But there are exceptions. One is in the world of venture debt, which we covered in a previous article on venture lending jobs. There, […]
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Private Equity vs. Venture Capital: What’s The Difference?

A long time ago, I wrote an article about private equity vs. venture capital – and many other sites not only copied the ideas, but also took direct quotes without attribution from the article. But the joke is on them: because of this lack of critical thinking, much of their information is now wrong or […]
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Venture Lending Jobs: Tech Startups Elope with Leveraged Finance Bankers?

Do you benefit from being a contrarian? If you’re Peter Thiel, the answer might be “yes,” but it’s less clear for the rest of us. But one area where contrarianism might deliver great benefits to financiers is venture lending. Amidst the hype over startups and traditional venture capital, a major change has gotten lost in […]
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Venture Capital and Technology: The Movie Sequel You Have to See and Buy

I watch a lot of movies, but I rarely watch the same movie twice. For me, watching the same movie more than once feels like the strangest and most unusual self-inflicted torture imaginable. I just have little to no interest in re-watching the outcome of a scenario that I’ve already seen play out. But when […]
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