Managing Financial Resources

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Table of Contents Choosing a Financial Source 1. Sources of Finance……………………………………………………Page 3 2. Term Length of Funding……………………………………………...Page 5 3. Venture Capital Sources……………………………………………....Page 5 Decision Making 1. Team Building………………………………………………………...Page 6 2. Cost of Finance………………………………………………………..Page 7 3. Flow of Cash…………………………………………………………..Page 8 4. Balance Sheet………………………………………………………….Page 9 Financial Performance 1. Financial Statements…………………………………………………..Page 11 2. Balance Sheet and Accounting Ratios………………………………...Page 12 3. Comparisons between financial statements…………………………...Page 15 Financial Analysis 1. Cash Flow Statement………………………………………………….Page 18 2. Cash Flow with…show more content…
3. Venture Capital Sources Venture capital is a type of private equity capital provided by outside investors for financing new, growing, or struggling businesses. Venture capital investments are generally high-risk investments but offer the potential for above-average return. Obtaining the services of expert venture capital firm would be helpful for David, because these firms are competent of fixing ample funds effectively and efficiently to begin the business. When finding Venture investors The BVCA - British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association provide, promote all the services that David will require. On the other hand other options available for David will be Alternative Investment Market (AIM) and Angel financing. Alternative Investment Market (AIM) is the London Stock Exchange's international market for smaller growing companies. It gives young, venture capital-backed start-ups to enter a small sector of the stock market before making their entry into the London Stock Exchange. In Angel financing, the person who is going to start a business looks forward to obtain the expertise help from its business angels. Business angels are wealthy, entrepreneurial individuals who provide capital in return for a proportion of the company equity. They take a high personal risk in the
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