This paper will try to explore some of the reasons why equity partnerships are becoming more common, and look at some of the variables that should be investigated if wishing to enter an equity partnership. I have tried to list some things to look out for, for those considering entering or setting up an equity partnership. I have tried to look at different forms of equity partnership, and the case studies show a range of different ways these are used. Some of the points will cover elements common to all the investors, either passive or more involved, and the equity manager, who lives and breathes the operation on a daily basis. Understanding the different roles partners play in equity partnerships can be a major factor on whether or not the venture is successful. This can often be quiet different to the business that the investors are currently in.... [Show full abstract]
Fields of Research1503 Business and Management; 070106 Farm Management, Rural Management and Agribusiness
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