To grow and expand an existing company, for example, to finance increased production capacity, product development and to provide additional working capital. Also known as 'expansion' or 'growth' capital.
See growth capital.
See expansion capital.
Capital funding usually for smaller companies which require extra funding to facilitate expansion.
Investments in relatively small, unlisted companies that require capital for expansion.
Usually refers to investments in relatively small, unlisted companies either in a start-up position or embarking on new or turnaround ventures that entail some investment risk but offer the potential for above average future profits. See also Venture Capital.
Later stage finance for more established companies which are profitable or nearly profitable. Generally less risky than early stage finance.
Also known as expansion capital. This is venture capital financing used for expansion of an already established company.
finance for the expansion of an established company.
Investments in small unlisted companies. These companies have a good track record and show potential to generate even better returns with more financial support.
Also known as growth capital and often provided by venture capital solutions. It is the long-term equity capital raised to allow a company to grow without relying wholly on short-term bank debt.
A generic term used to identify institutional investment in unlisted companies which is to be applied for the expansion or growth of an existing business rather than the financing of a new business (for which venture capital is appropriate). It includes finance for MBO's and MBI's and is often a mixture of equity and mezzanine finance.
Financing provided to further grow an unlisted company that has successfully completed an initial business development phase.
On the whole, investments in small companies with a solid performance who need extra funding to facilitate expansion.
investments made in smaller companies looking to expand in their particular field
Usually refers to investments in relatively small, unlisted companies that have an established track record in their field of business and that require this new funding to finance their expansion.