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Private Equity vs Venture Capital
Private Equity vs Venture Capital – Eye popping, is the only word that comes to my mind when I think of Private Equity and Venture Capital. You will agree with me once you read the following statistics.
Private Equity and Venture Capital Statistics (2014):
- Assets under Management: $3.8 Trillion
- Aggregate capital raised: $495 Billion
Many of you might be curious as to what exactly Private Equity and Venture Capitalist’s do and what makes them different from one another. So let’s get started and find the answers. In this article we discuss the following –
Private Equity vs Venture Capital Infographics
Before we dig deep into the subject matter, let us first have a quick look at this PE vs VC infographics
Private equity vs Venture capital –Who are they?
The image that you see below will help you understand what Private equity is.
In Let’s consider that you are the one who is watering that big tree. Your vision has helped you to choose this one tree from the garden, which you think can bear more fruits once it is nourished with fertilizers and good care.
You have collected the money (for fertilizers) from your friends and family who also intend to eat the sweet fruits of the tree afterwards. With the intension that the Tree will bear more fruits you are watering it regularly.
Now connect this Example with what happens in Private Equity.
Let’s take the same example to understand what is Venture Capital.
Assume that everything remains the same as the previous analogy that we saw with respect to the above image. The only difference is:
- Now you have set your eye on a Small Sapling (instead of a large fully grown tree)
- Your reason for selecting the sapling is its immune qualities like, sturdiness, disease resistant, shorter fruit bearing period etc.
- So with respect to Venture Capital, the sapling depicts a startup company and you(watering the sapling) are the Venture Capital Firm
- And this is how venture Capital works. Venture Capitalists provide funds to the startup company or small businesses which have long term growth potentials. (Sapling having immune characteristics described above).
Here the risk can be high, but so are the expected returns.
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Private equity vs Venture capital – Definitions
Technically speaking, venture capital is just a subset of private equity. Both private equity and venture capitalist invest in companies, both recruit former Investment Bankers, and they both make money from investments rather than advisory fees. But if you take a closer look at them, you’ll see that they’re significantly different.
The term “private equity” generally refers to money invested in private companies. Such companies become private through the investment. Most people in finance, though, use “private equity” to mean firms that buy companies through leveraged buyouts (LBOs) – so that’s how we’ll use it here.
- So Private equity in a nutshell is an investment by a Private Equity firm in a specific Company. The investment can a be partial or a complete one, with the hopes of earning high returns.
- When we talk about Target Company, there are various changes which can be done by the Private equity firm. Changes can be made with respective to the Strategies, Management, Expenses etc. to make it profitable.
- This changes helps the Target company to perform better and thus generate good returns for the Private Equity firm.
- After a period of let’s say 5 years, the Private equity sells the company generating profit and thus high returns through the entire transaction.