Publicly Traded Private

Some articles on publicly traded private, private:

History Of Private Equity And Venture Capital - The Third Private Equity Boom and The Golden Age of Private Equity (2003–2007) - Publicly Traded Private Equity
... Although there had previously been certain instances of publicly traded private equity vehicles, the convergence of private equity and the public equity markets attracted significantly greater ... Taking private equity firms and private equity funds public appeared an unusual move since private equity funds often buy public companies listed on exchange and then take them private ... Private equity firms are rarely subject to the quarterly reporting requirements of the public markets and tout this independence to prospective sellers as a key advantage of going private ...
Private Equity In The 2000s - The Third Private Equity Boom and The Golden Age of Private Equity (2003–2007) - Publicly Traded Private Equity
... Although there had previously been certain instances of publicly traded private equity vehicles, the convergence of private equity and the public ... Taking private equity firms and private equity funds public appeared an unusual move since private equity funds often buy public companies listed on exchange and then ... Private equity firms are rarely subject to the quarterly reporting requirements of the public markets and tout this independence to prospective sellers as a key advantage of going private ...

Famous quotes containing the words private, publicly and/or traded:

    A strange age of the world this, when empires, kingdoms, and republics come a-begging to a private man’s door, and utter their complaints at his elbow! I cannot take up a newspaper but I find that some wretched government or other, hard pushed and on its last legs, is interceding with me, the reader, to vote for it.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    One should not publicly display the ugliness of one’s family.
    Chinese proverb.

    When we traded the buffalo for a mare,
    we had no milk to drink,
    and we still had droppings to clean up.
    Punjabi proverb, trans. by Gurinder Singh Mann.