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History Of Private Equity And Venture Capital - Origins of Modern Private Equity
... is considered today to be true private equity investments began to emerge marked by the founding of the first two venture capital firms in 1946 ... Georges Doriot, the "father of venture capitalism" (founder of INSEAD and former dean of Harvard Business School), with Ralph Flanders and Karl Compton (former ... ARDC's significance was primarily that it was the first institutional private equity investment firm that raised capital from sources other than wealthy families although it had several notable investment ...
Small Business Administration - Small Business Investment Companies
... capital industry was the passage of the Small Business Investment Act of 1958 ... The 1958 Act officially allowed the SBA to license private "Small Business Investment Companies" (SBICs) to help with financing and managing small entrepreneurial businesses in the United States ... long-term funding for growth-oriented small businesses ...
Early History Of Private Equity - Origins of Modern Private Equity
... that what is considered today to be true private equity investments began to emerge marked by the founding of the first two venture capital firms in 1946 ... of venture capitalism" (former dean of Harvard Business School), with Ralph Flanders and Karl Compton (former president of MIT), to encourage private sector investments in businesses run by soldiers ... that it was the first institutional private equity investment firm that raised capital from sources other than wealthy families although it had several notable ...

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