Investing in sound value-driven opportunities that can significantly reduce global threats are “good” investments, not only in a humanitarian sense but also in driving monetary value. So how do we know what lies ahead of our future? What is the greatest crisis of our generation? What is relevant to us? There is a lot of… Continue reading How do we invest in our most emergent global crises?
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I had my own doubts. Venture capital and private equity are very different disciplines. While both purchase stocks in privately held businesses, I wasn't sure how to quite feel about PE being so risk averse. It was incredibly rare to find a VC portfolio driven by disruption opportunities. I looked closely into the increasing private… Continue reading Venture Capital vs. Private Equity
“Successful private equity needs macro-economic and micro-economic factors. These include political stability, sophisticated capital markets, corporate governance, strong entrepreneurial structure, and proper benchmarking. Other factors include fragmented markets, low competition, and comparability of funds."— Markus Ableitinger, Director of Capital Dynamics (Originally written: 10.12.2018) Businesses did not begin to champion social impact or corporate social responsibility… Continue reading Translating Risk for Social Impact