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Finding Its Niche: Community Development Venture Capital
Fairchild, Gregory B.; Brissett, Wilson Technical Note ENT-0111 / Published May 20, 2009 / 10 pages.
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Underserved urban and rural areas have found venture capital support via U.S. Community Development Venture Capital institutions, which numbered 68 and managed $870 million as of 2008. Suitable for MBA, undergraduate, and executive learners studying venture capital, urban development, and private equity, this stand-alone backgrounder is also an excellent companion to cases about specific venture capital organizations. CDVCs face challenges unique in the field of private equity, including where they operate and how much lower their rates of return and compensation are.


Learning Objectives

1. Learn the history and background of community development venture capital 2. Differentiate between traditional private equity options and CDVCs

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  • Overview

    Underserved urban and rural areas have found venture capital support via U.S. Community Development Venture Capital institutions, which numbered 68 and managed $870 million as of 2008. Suitable for MBA, undergraduate, and executive learners studying venture capital, urban development, and private equity, this stand-alone backgrounder is also an excellent companion to cases about specific venture capital organizations. CDVCs face challenges unique in the field of private equity, including where they operate and how much lower their rates of return and compensation are.

  • Learning Objectives

    Learning Objectives

    1. Learn the history and background of community development venture capital 2. Differentiate between traditional private equity options and CDVCs