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Investing privately helps companies (private equity) require a multi-dimensional approach encompassing investment strategy, access to funds, understanding of the investment ecosystem, courage, and most importantly —an unbreakable relationship between investors and management. Hear from PE investors and their C-suite executives on how to navigate the relationship between ownership and management.


Key Lessons for the Audience
1. How are these relationships formed?

      · Was the CEO part of the transaction or hired post-close?
      · What characteristics were most important in selection?
      · Does the CEO have an equity stake? 
2. What is the nature of the relationship?
      · Is it mainly formal or informal or both?
      · If formal, how is the communication structured?
      · Who else is involved?
3. What are the benefits of PE ownership from the CEO's perspective?
      · Capital?
      · Guidance?
      · Sounding board?
      · Resources?
      · Other?
4. What are the challenges to overcome with PE ownership?
5. What are some recommendations for a successful partnership?


Pricing Information:
HBS Association of Boston Members - Complimentary
General Public - $10


To register for this event and for more information about the speakers, visit the HBS Association of Boston's website.


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