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Private Equity e Venture Capital no Brasil: uma Análise de sua Evolução

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  • Antonio Gledson Carvalho



  • Humberto Gallucci Netto


  • Joelson Sampaio


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    Este artigo analisa as principais idiossincrasias dos investimentos em Private Equity e Venture Capital no Brasil e sua evolução entre 2004 e 2009. As principais idiossincrasias são: participação de limited partners no processo de investimento, a inexistência de leverage buyouts, o controle compartilhado das empresas investidas e o uso de direitos especiais para compensar a falta de controle total. As principais mudanças observadas recentemente são: o aumento de investimentos em private equity ante a venture capital, eficiência dos gestores no processo de seleção das empresas investidas, uso dos painéis de arbitragem na resolução de conflitos e na participação de limited partners no processo de investimento.

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    Article provided by Brazilian Society of Finance in its journal Brazilian Review of Finance.

    Volume (Year): 12 (2014)
    Issue (Month): 4 ()
    Pages: 499-515

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    Handle: RePEc:brf:journl:v:12:y:2014:i:4:p:499-515
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