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How to Choose a Private Equity Firm
As a business owner, identify a private equity firm that specializes in your field and that will provide the services you require. Use the available filters to refine your search by target industry, valuation, location, capital investment, revenue, or earnings to find the right firm for your business. Whether you are selling the company to management, passing ownership to a family member, or seeking outside investment, turn to private equity for assistance.
As a job seeker, compare potential employers. Narrow your search to find firms that specialize in the sector you would like to work in, or search for firms located near you.
As a private investor, evaluate competitors in your industry. If you work for a listed firm, claim the listing and add additional pertinent information. If your private equity firm is not on the list, add it to our database so people can find your services.
With 822 private equity to choose from, we can help find the best one for you.
How to Find Private Equity
|Facts:||According to our database, the largest private equity fund is managed by New York Life Capital Partners, with $364,000M of committed capital.
According to our database, the average fund size for a private equity firm is $8,424M of committed capital.
- Asia, Europe, International, North America
- Minority – Investing in a minority (passive) position.
- Majority – Investing in a majority (control) position.
- Growth Capital – Capital used to expand the business.
- Leveraged Buyouts – Acquisition using a significant amount of debt.
- Mezzanine – Hybrid of debt and equity used for business expansion.
- Divestures – Sale of business units or assets.
- ESOP – Employee Share Ownership Plan.
- Going Private – Taking a public company private.
, Management Buyouts (MBO), Recapitalizations, Buy & Build, Debt, Family Successions, Turnarounds
- Aerospace/Defense, Agriculture, Alcohol & Tobacco, Automotive, Building Materials, Business Services, Candies and Confectioneries, Chemicals, Clean Technology, Commercial Services, Communications, Construction, Consumer Goods and Services, Distribution, Engineering Services, Entertainment, Financial Services, Food&Beverage;, Furniture, Healthcare, Industrials, Life Science, Logistics, Manufacturing, Marketing Services, Media, Mining (precious metals), Oil&Gas;, Retail, Semiconductor, Services, …
What to Watch for in Private Equity Firms
Communicate with a number of firms before settling with one. Private equity firms have an incentive to value companies as low as possible, so corresponding with multiple firms will enable you to select the highest bidder, ensuring a fair valuation.