• Banking

    Venture Capital – Concepts

    1.1 Introduction: The activity of financing entrepreneurs have actually existed almost as long as entrepreneurs themselves. The two most important and established sources of finance for small firms are the owners themselves (Rosen, 1998) and commercial banks (Meyer, 1998). Funding of business ventures usually poses a dilemma for entrepreneurs because, to begin with, many times entrepreneurs do not have funds to finance ventures from their…

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  • Business
    Institutional Financing

    Institutional Financing and Industrial Development

    Institutional Financing The problem of financing industries has grown by leaps and bounds, with the result, personal financing of industries, unable to rise up to the occasion has been dethroned from its place of importance and in its place is installed special financial institutions formed with a definite aim to finance and promote new industrial undertakings. In developing countries, the prospects for the rapid development…

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