Venture Capital, Islamic Finance and SMEs: Valuation, Structuring and Monitoring Practices in India
The primary scope of this book is to explore the operations of the venture capital sector in supporting the growth and development of SMEs. A distinctive focus is the analysis of techniques used by venture capitalists to value, structure and monitor their investments. The empirical analysis, conducted in India, fills gaps in academic knowledge; the role of Islamic finance as an alternative source of risk finance for SMEs is also covered.
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