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Equity Investment Guide

By 1 September 2016 No Comments

Equity investment is a process that results in an injection of new capital in your company in exchange for participation or a share in your company’s ownership. Often, when people refer to equity investment, they are speaking to the sale or trade of shares in a public company on the stock market. However, the new capital that results from equity invest- ment can come from a variety of sources that typically range from “silent investors” who buy shares in the company purely as an investment opportunity to “active / strategic investors” who wish to become partners in the company and participate in its management activities.

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Francis holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Strasbourg. A graduate of HEC Montréal in International affairs, he has worked in numerous administrations in Canada, France and the United States, in the areas of culture and economic development.

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